A local self-promotion project from the early 90's that
examined downtown Sarasota, Florida architecture.
This project evolved from a simple consideration of an old stereo camera I had just bought. The camera features two lenses. Each half frame lens of the stereo camera is separated by an interpupilary distance that renders three dimensionality in a stereo viewer.
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The first and the third half frame pictures are exposed during the same instant that the shutter release is tripped. It's a wide angle view.
The simple photo objective: present architecture in interesting combinations of light and form. And make in-camera compositions into triptychs of continuous film (no cut and paste).
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