A World in Isolation Project

Earlier this year, I learned about a project where two people each shoot one roll of film. It was all put together by some very clever person or people at aworldinisolation.com. The person I got connected with agreed that each of us would shoot a roll and send to the other. He shot black and white and sent to me, I shot colour and sent to him.

Because he’s in the US, it took a while for it to get through the postal system, but it finally arrived, and I shot a roll over his pictures.

And I screwed up a bit. I thought I was shooting in aperture priority for most of this roll. Turns out my aperture was basically closed, as I had not moved it over into the lock position. So a bunch of the pics from the roll of 26 were not double exposed. I feel awful about that. I also have a pit in my stomach thinking about the last two rolls I shot, wondering if they were also not exposed. But I’ll face that disappointment when it comes.

For now, here are the shots that did get exposed by both of us. I think there are some absolutely lovely shots in here. Enjoy.

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