There’s a brand new 35 mm half-frame camera called The Alfie, and I’d like to be part of their beta test for the camera, so here’s a gallery of photos I’ve taken using a half-frame camera.
The following gallery of photos were taken using a “half-frame” camera, which shoots standard 35 mm film, but it shoots photos which are half as wide as a standard 35 mm camera.
Half-frame images are half as wide as a traditional photo and that means half-frame cameras can record TWICE as many photos on a roll!
The cost-saving benefits alone make half-frame a good choice for any photographer, but I also find that the smaller image size helps to highlight and enhance the natural grain of a film photo.
Enjoy this gallery of half-frame images which document some of the best places on Earth’s Northern Hemisphere.
Half Frame Photos – Color Reversal Film – Beach Town, USA
Half Frame Photos – Cross-Process Film – Vienna, Austria
Half Frame Photos – Black and White Film – Route 66, USA
Half Frame Photos – Color Reversal Film – San Diego, California
Half Frame Photos – Color Reversal Film – Diptych and Triptychs
This is my go-to pizza recipe for thin crust pizzas.
This thin crust pizza recipe is based on the 1970’s “thin and crispy” from Pizza Hut.
Try swapping up to half of the flour with a non-wheat flour, like like quinoa, or oat, or hemp.
You can pre-blend all the ingredients (minus the water) and freeze in a jar for many months.
You can parbake the thin crust pizza, and then store that parbaked crust in the freezer for topping later.
Top the finished pizza with all your favorite everything. 😀
Desk assembly time was about 15 minutes, using the included tools.
It can be wheeled over hardwood floors and it fits through all my doors.
I’d say more, but I don’t know how to keep rhyming.
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