Been doing a photo per week project since the start of the year. This is what I took on week 12.
I was trying to make a panoramic image in my Holga. Instead of blending the frames in photoshop I thought I'd try it by advancing the film just enough to overlap the exposures. Of course it was purely a guess, and not nearly scientific, but I did manage to get it close enough to make it interesting.
You can tell it's obviously not lined up correctly, but I don't really care. It was an experiment.
If you guys are interested I can post the other 11 photos in the series, or point you to the blog where I've been hosting them.
taken with a Holga loaded with Ilford HP5+ 400 speed film. Exposed for 1/100th sec at f/11. Processed at home using stock dilution DD-X then scanned with an Epson v-500 via Photoshop and cropped/tweaked in Lightroom.
seriously though, is there any chance we can change the structure of the photo forum to be the same as the OT one? This photo gallery thing makes conversations about photo theory / technique / gear rather difficult.