This triptych is shot with film on my half-frame Olympus Pen. The frames are shot to be viewed together, and are scanned from the negatives as a single image. It is a new direction for my photography, and thus a great way to start the new year. Have a good one everybody.
The results on this second roll of film are mixed. Mostly because I was not doing a good job guessing exposures. And because I have to learn more about lining up the photos in a pleasing way, and how much overlap I am going to get. In fact, I should probably do some tests in that regard because I think that I am getting more on the negative than I see within the frame printed on the view finder.
Anyway, I like the idea of these kinds of panoramas as single images, and there are others on the roll of film that I am pleased with, which you will be seeing in the next week or two, I expect.
Olympus Pen, half-frame camera, ca 1961. Ilford Pan F Plus, ISO50, Probably shot at 1/50th and f8 or f11.