Fuji TX2 (XPAN) + Ilford Pan F
This photo is the single keeper of an entire roll of building double exposures. I was inspired by a similar concept shot and shared by Jules le Moal. The principle is simple : you shoot the top of a building, then you reverse the camera and you shoot the top of the building again. I had not realised quite how close to the edge of the frame you have to be for the effect to work, and so the entire roll was little blobs of properly exposed buildings in the middle of overexposed buildings. Except this one, which I really like and shows at least that the concept has legs.