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I love playing with the Splitzer on my Lomo LC-A+. This is a series of photos that play with perspective.
The bottom half is always my feet and the top half is what is in front of me. 
Blurring the line between the two makes for some very interesting images.
Playing around with what is under my feet and what is infront of me can also tell interesting stories.

I love playing with the Splitzer on my Lomo LC-A+. This is a series of photos that play with perspective.

The bottom half is always my feet and the top half is what is in front of me. 

Blurring the line between the two makes for some very interesting images.

Playing around with what is under my feet and what is infront of me can also tell interesting stories.

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I finally managed to get a bunch of 35mm film processed while in Austin. Here’s the first of a bunch of pictures from last year.
I found this entrance to one of many courtyards in Saida while walking down the street in search of the soap museum. Shot using a Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII with AgfaPhoto APX 100 B&W 35mm film.

I finally managed to get a bunch of 35mm film processed while in Austin. Here’s the first of a bunch of pictures from last year.

I found this entrance to one of many courtyards in Saida while walking down the street in search of the soap museum.¬†Shot using a Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII with AgfaPhoto APX 100 B&W 35mm film.

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The eyes of Buddha painted on a small stone shrine. The rest of my photos from Nepal are up on Flickr. Check them out, would love some feedback! :)

The eyes of Buddha painted on a small stone shrine. The rest of my photos from Nepal are up on Flickr. Check them out, would love some feedback! :)

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The Old Man. From my trip to Nepal last November, one of my favourite portraits.

The Old Man. From my trip to Nepal last November, one of my favourite portraits.

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I miss floating. Jounieh, Lebanon - January 2012

I miss floating. Jounieh, Lebanon - January 2012

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