These first set of images were taken with a hybrid lensed pinhole camera designed to shoot large format film (5x4 orientation). It was designed by Paul Smith, technician at the London College of Communication to emulate human vision in that we have a field of view of around 140 degrees, but see in detail of only a few degrees. These shots were taken with Ilford HP5 film.  The first and last shots are double exposures, a serendipitous accident of loading the wrong double dark slide at the end of the shoot.
       
     
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 This second set of the Hintze Hall was taken on a late summer morning using a Mamiya RZ67 camera with Kodak Portra 160 film. The RZ67 uses medium format film, a professional standard before the advent of digital. Just remember to remove the dark slide.
       
     
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 These first set of images were taken with a hybrid lensed pinhole camera designed to shoot large format film (5x4 orientation). It was designed by Paul Smith, technician at the London College of Communication to emulate human vision in that we have a field of view of around 140 degrees, but see in detail of only a few degrees. These shots were taken with Ilford HP5 film.  The first and last shots are double exposures, a serendipitous accident of loading the wrong double dark slide at the end of the shoot.
       
     

These first set of images were taken with a hybrid lensed pinhole camera designed to shoot large format film (5x4 orientation). It was designed by Paul Smith, technician at the London College of Communication to emulate human vision in that we have a field of view of around 140 degrees, but see in detail of only a few degrees. These shots were taken with Ilford HP5 film.

The first and last shots are double exposures, a serendipitous accident of loading the wrong double dark slide at the end of the shoot.

Synopsis by Glenn Michael Harper 03.jpg
       
     
Synopsis by Glenn Michael Harper 04.jpg
       
     
Synopsis by Glenn Michael Harper 05.jpg
       
     
Synopsis by Glenn Michael Harper 01.jpg
       
     
 This second set of the Hintze Hall was taken on a late summer morning using a Mamiya RZ67 camera with Kodak Portra 160 film. The RZ67 uses medium format film, a professional standard before the advent of digital. Just remember to remove the dark slide.
       
     

This second set of the Hintze Hall was taken on a late summer morning using a Mamiya RZ67 camera with Kodak Portra 160 film. The RZ67 uses medium format film, a professional standard before the advent of digital. Just remember to remove the dark slide.

Portra160008-Edit.jpg
       
     
Portra160011.jpg
       
     
Portra160017-Edit.jpg
       
     
Portra160020-Edit.jpg