Stavasanden, the Stava beach

First attempt with the technic called microclics. I advanced the film 5 clicks for every take and aimed 25 degrees more to the right (from left to right) for every take. I used a tripod with markings for every 5 degrees so it was easy to be accurate. I levelled the tripod with a level(?). See this link for info about the microclic-technic and the similar technic for panoramas:

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  1. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    This is really nice!

  2. trw
    trw ·


  3. dida
    dida ·


  4. lilithmoon
    lilithmoon ·

    Cooool album!!! ^^

  5. mr_knister
    mr_knister ·

    Very cool !!!

  6. meryl
    meryl ·

    Great album.

  7. koduckgirl
    koduckgirl ·

    Impressive shot and technique and thanx so much for the recent visits and likes too

  8. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    Bravo... cool results..^..^

  9. kcb7-11
    kcb7-11 ·

    this is really cool!

  10. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @kcb7-11 Thank you! I think it's a technique that favours simple backgrounds.

  11. igotthechop
    igotthechop ·

    I love this one!

  12. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @igotthechop Thank you! Must try this technique again some time.

  13. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 ·

    Super !!!!

  14. neneohcs
    neneohcs ·

    needs accuracy. congrats for that ressource in your mind-set!

  15. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @neneohcs Thanks, a good tripod with marking for every 5 degrees helps. I learned the technic from a webpage that sadly isn't up and running anymore...

  16. agrimony
    agrimony ·

    interesting and beautiful pic. i tried something like that too - i found it in a book about experimental photographic techniques. ("how to make a slitscan-camera")

  17. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @agrimony I found a page with info about different techniques one could apply on the Holga 120 N-cameraes. Sadly that page isn't up any more... Thanks for liking some more Agrimony!

  18. agrimony
    agrimony ·

    @sierravictor i tried it with an agfa clack camera. i needed some tries to find out how far i should advance the film - i made marks on the advance-button - but after some time it worked well!

  19. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @agrimony Have a look at this:…
    It's a Holgarama, a panorama made up of overlapping 6x6-images.

  20. agrimony
    agrimony ·

    @sierravictor very cool. i will try this too.

  21. astonuts
    astonuts ·

    That's really amazing !

  22. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @astonuts Thanks, I think it's a technique that favours simple backgrounds.

  23. astonuts
    astonuts ·

    @sierravictor you're right, I guess it's much more difficult with trees or buildings, they don't match that well indeed.

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