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Long Exposures in the Canadian Prairies

Hello everyone,

I did this photography trip to Saskatchewan and Alberta last Fall. Drove over 4000Km in just 8 days in search of mostly old wooden grain elevators.

I started this series of photographs the summer prior, and finally had the opportunity to return and (almost) finish it.

The following images are a small preview of what will amount to a full exhibition of images.

I used digital capture and an old Polaroid camera loaded with Chocolate Polaroid film to capture these. The images below are samples from the digital capture. I will post some results from the Polaroid camera soon.

Exposure times varied from 10 minutes to up to an hour long.

Have a look at these and let me know what you think. Feedback is always appreciated!


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