Roll 41 – Flipped Lens Hawkeye & Banner Cameras – Rollei IR400 – Storms, Holes & Art

Roll 41 is technically taken from 2 rolls and 2 cameras. The images were taken in the fields and along the Waal in Nijmegen The Netherlands.

The panorama is of a construction masterpiece that Klaus van de Locht, 1942 – 2003, created in 1981 for everyone in Nijmegen to enjoy. Klaus was a very friendly guy and always seen around Nijmegen. His work is widely exhibited and he is missed on the streets of Nijmegen!
This panorama was created using a flipped lens Brownie Hawkeye camera for the 3 images on the left and a Banner camera for the 2 images on the right. Rollei Infrared IR400 film was used in both cameras.

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model with a Flipped Lens

Banner Camera

Banner Camera

Camera: Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model with a Flipped Lens
Camera: Banner
Film: Rollei Infrared IR400
Process: Rollei Super Fine 1:9

A Storm Is Coming

Not Just Any Hole

Waterlabyrinth op de Waalkade

8 thoughts on “Roll 41 – Flipped Lens Hawkeye & Banner Cameras – Rollei IR400 – Storms, Holes & Art

  1. You just gave me more reasons to buy a Hawkeye. 🙂 Found one last week in an antique store, new in box, never used. I agree, the shot of Waterlabyrinth op de Waalkade is outstanding! Nice work Alex. Thanks for sharing.

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