WASHINGTON DC ARCHITECTURE
These architectural compositions were created from original transparency film (35mm and 16mm) shot in and around Washington DC. The pieces using 16mm film were shot with the Mundus 60, a rare French camera that takes full-frame, still photos on a 25ft roll of 16mm film.
I had all the 16mm film I shot in Washington DC telecined (transferred to digital movie file) before I cut the film to make the compositions. Below is a short film I made to introduce the very unique Mundus camera and show the results of how the 16mm film would look if it were actually projected as movie film. You’ll notice there are two frames showing the same image. The Mundus exposes a vertical image on the film, so in the film I show the digital projection both vertical (on the left side of the clip) and horizontal (on the right).
Below are the compositions I made from the 16mm film, as well as prints made from 35mm transparency film. All prints in this series are all acrylic-mounted.
All piece in the WASHINGTON CUTUP Series are editioned at 5 and are printed on museum-grade Hahnemühle Photo Rag, a white cotton paper. Contact me if you are interested in purchasing prints or commissioning larger sizes for your project. A full catalog, pricelist and samples are available upon request.