Lessons Learned

written by: Joseph Holmes

Starting sometime in the mid-1990’s, it became clear that replacing color film with some form of digital capture was inevitable, but the wait for a workable replacement for my beloved Technika and its 4×5 film for scanning was a long one. About five years ago I met a clever fellow, Roger Howard, who turned me on to VR images built by stitching many frames from multiple rows of 360 degree captures from a Canon 20D. My gears started to turn. I wasn’t interested in 3D spherical results for my own work, but the prospect of quickly making, say, nine exposures Read more »