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EBS filmswaps

This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.This film swap with Hodaka Yamamoto was based around the "EBS" technique (expose both sides): we shot a roll of film on the "normal" side, and when finished the film was then reversed and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the reverse side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is "red-scaled" - all colours become shades of red, so each image has a random blend of normal and red-scale colours.

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