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There's nothing quite as awkward in photography as shooting with a TtV (Through the Viewfinder) contraption. Pictured is my girlfriend Nicole shooting with the set-up we affectionately call "Kashi", a Carlton-Reflex camera at the end of a "tube" made from a cereal box.
As you can imagine, the awkwardness only begins when you position yourself for shooting with it. It really steps up a notch when people stare at you using it! Right, Devin?
But the results are anything but awkward, see the related photos and link to your own TtV's!
Created using my Holga 120CFN with 21 year expired Kodak Ektachrome 200 slide film, cross processed with C41. Negative scanned with my Epson v700 Perfection scanner. No digital manipulation used!
Also by Paul Lavallee
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