This is the first image from the return EBS (expose both sides) project, with hodachrome (one of my absolute favourite photographers!). This film swap took the following process: I shot a roll of film on the “normal” side and posted this to Hodaka in Japan, who then reversed and rewound the film, and shot the roll again so that the second exposure was shot on the “wrong” side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is “red scaled” - all colours become shades of red, so the images are a combination of true and red scaled colours. With this first image I shot the Ouse Valley Viaduct (aka Balcombe Viaduct) near Brighton, which I double exposed with the help of a splitzer to obtain the mirror image, thenhodachrome shot on the redscale side an old shopping street in his hometown Ena city.
LC-A+, Fuji 800, EBS Film Swap with Hodaka