Large format film is gorgeous and captures tons of detail, but you could capture much, much more with a digital panorama.
That's a good idea
> And way better than noisy film.
Larger film = less noise
I think beginning and ending in the analog space (these are silver gelatin prints) make the compulsive ordering -- which feels so digital -- more disruptive than they might be in an image that reads as digital already. They are paired with my Dither Studies, which similarly deal with the computational in an analog medium (acrylic paint), in a show up now with my gallery https://higherpictures.com
Whenever I walk around I look at old gnarled trees (the few remaining) I try and imagine what they were bending away fr and trying to imagine how their gnarls and bends were created. They have quite interesting stories to tell when you focus in on them individually.
In particular, the facts that 1) the "intensity" of the warp doesn't seem to taper off with distance 2) the branches don't seem to have been straightened in any meaningful fashion.
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