One of the things I love about half-frame cameras, like the Olympus Pen EED, is the ability to create diptychs and triptychs. It’s a great way to create panoramas or simply to juxtapose two images. I made this triptych of Auckland’s Wintergardens last year when Sarah and I were in New Zealand visiting family. It […]
These strange concentric circles that appear in the first two photos are the result of bromide drag and it’s a byproduct of developing film with little or no agitation, such as when using semi-stand or stand development. Bromide drag occurs during development when bromide builds up around the sprocket holes of the film and then […]
I like to experiment. Some experiments happen on a whim (“I wonder what would happen if I…”) and some experiments are methodically planned and executed. Given my busy schedule, the latter can sometimes take a few years. These photos represent two experiments: one a whim and the other planned. The First Experiment (the Whim) The […]
This 6×12 panorama was an accidental double-exposure. At first glance it looks like an image of trees are layered over the sky, but it’s not as simple as that. Those trees belong to the scene on the left of a group of rock climbers, while the mountains and the lake in the center and to […]
Calgary’s Chinese Cemetery dates back to 1908 and is the burial site for many of the city’s early Chinese pioneers.
I shot these pinhole panoramas on JCH Street Pan 400 using a homemade pinhole lens I mounted on my Belair Jetsetter for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2020.
I shot this 6×12 panorama with my Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter on a hike at Grassi Lakes in Canmore, Alberta.
These were shot with the Lomography Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter using the 35mm Back so that I could shoot sprockets. I scanned them myself using the Lomography Digitaliza 35mm scanning mask.
I bought a Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter with a 35mm Back from Lomography. I love the 35mm Back because it lets me shoot panoramas that are 3 conventional 35mm frames long with the sprockets exposed! These were the first photos I took with the 35mm Back and were shot in the summer of 2014 from […]