Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Holgaramas and a Diptych

Life has been keeping me pretty busy these past few months, so there hasn't been as much time to for fishing or photography as I'd like. So I thought I'd post a few Holgaramas, that is a panorama made with a Holga, and a diptych that I have only had my Flickr stream.
I'll start off with this one, I did  it earlier this year, on the Middle Provo. I like how the bank and the mountains don't match up together, it creates a dreamy unexpected landscape. 
Every now and again things line up when do a Holgarama, as is the case with this one, which I think is just as effective.

Some people are put off by the overlap in the center, but I think it works, mostly because it's not you'd expect in a "normal panorama".

I also like to do diptychs, because I feel that sometimes a single photograph isn't enough to tell the story, and when combined with a second photograph and looked at jointly you can really get a better idea about the story being told.

That's all for now, I hope you enjoyed these photographs.  Watch for my next post where I will have some very exciting news to share.
Thanks for reading!

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