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.