Photos by Kimberly Sikyea.
These are great, what type of camera were these photos taken with?
The first two photographs are great!
oh something dreamlike!!!
i can’t get over that first double exposure, one of the finest i’ve seen
Yeah I agree, that double exposure is incredible
Great pictures.My favourite is the last one.The double exposure one too is lovely .The soft color tones in the sleeping girl are captivating
I really like the first one, beautifully done
the first one makes me want to crawl out of my skin
that first photo is of me.
that was unexpected.
i REALLY love these. mystical.
what film? camera?
hey there. thanks.
most of these were taken with a ‘nikkormat 35mm’
and kodak gold 200 film!
i used to dislike double exposures but now they are growing on me, especially the first picture here, it is beautifuly nostalgic. Third is also wonderful, it somehow captures my imagination
Big fan of the first pic. Nicely done with the dual images!
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