Double exposure project ends up creating whimsical and interesting scenes.

Photographer Stephanie Bassos and Timothy Burkhart have created an interesting art project titled, “People vs. Places.” The project involves one artist only shooting people, while the other photographs places on a roll of 35mm film. The twist is, the photos are combined on one roll of film and the artist doesn't know what was previously photographed.

The double exposure creates whimsical and interesting photos where the subject is often juxtaposed. For example, a child playing among high-rise buildings, and a family enjoying a beach vacation in a traffic jam.

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