Over the years I’ve picked up quite a few cheap, plastic point-and-shoot panorama cameras. I usually run a roll through a Lomography Fisheye camera and then run it through a panorama camera. I love the way the double exposures blend together to create a an interesting image.
Well, this is what I had in mind when I shot this roll through the panorama camera. But because I’m too lazy to make notes, I managed to get mixed up and send the roll to the lab before I ran it through the fisheye camera. Duh!
I can never seem to remember which film I have in what camera, how many exposures the roll has, what I was shooting and when, etc. With the last couple of rolls I’ve loaded, I’ve written notes on FrogTape and stuck it on the bottom or back of the camera. You know, I have a bazillion little notebooks around the house and always have one in my bag, so there’s really no excuse for not writing stuff down.
This is roll 12 of my 52-Rolls Project. The rest of photos from the roll are in the Roll 12/52-Rolls Project album on Flickr.