Forgive Us Our Lens

A group blog by the Knoxville News Sentinel photo staff

Happy accidents:
I recently shot a roll of Fuji Provia on an old Beacon 225 camera at the Tennessee and Florida football game on Sept. 15.
I just got around to having the film processed and scanned today.
While shooting that day, I forgot to wind the film to the next frame two different times. The first image is of the Gen. Neyland statue on the West side of Neyland Stadium. The other two are of what I think is the Vol Walk and then the crowd inside the stadium.
You can see the head of the Neyland statue near the top left of the frame. There is a police car visible near the top right along with the tops of fans’ heads near the bottom. The final image made was of the crowd in the stands.
What you see here is the combination of those three photos. 
It was a total accident, but I like it. 

Happy accidents:

I recently shot a roll of Fuji Provia on an old Beacon 225 camera at the Tennessee and Florida football game on Sept. 15.

I just got around to having the film processed and scanned today.

While shooting that day, I forgot to wind the film to the next frame two different times. The first image is of the Gen. Neyland statue on the West side of Neyland Stadium. The other two are of what I think is the Vol Walk and then the crowd inside the stadium.

You can see the head of the Neyland statue near the top left of the frame. There is a police car visible near the top right along with the tops of fans’ heads near the bottom. The final image made was of the crowd in the stands.

What you see here is the combination of those three photos. 

It was a total accident, but I like it. 

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