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A shot from a series I did of an Audi TT, driving slowly back and forth in front of the Queen's Arms in London. I especially like the way that the reflections on the hood are warped from the 'virtual surface' created by the scanner distortion. Camera: Horseman 450L Scanner Camera. Size: 40MB Greyscale.


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A shot from the roof of the Royal College of Art, watching the traffic pass by. Camera: Magic Lantern Scanner Camera. Size: 12MB Greyscale.


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A detail of the previous shot, showing how the cars in traffic are distorted.


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Another image from the Audi TT shoot. If Audi made a car that actually looked like this, I'd get my license and buy one. Camera: Horseman 450L Scanner Camera. Size: 30MB Greyscale.


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This is one of the fisrt scanner photos of cars driving by. It was taken on Queensgate, in London. I like the way that the old-fashioned camera frames I used were able to generate an old-fashioned image, even though the capture technology was quite modern. Camera: Modified Daugerreotype Field Scanner Camera. Size: 165MB RGB


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Another image from the RCA roof set. Camera: Magic Lantern Scanner Camera. Size:12MB Greyscale.


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Another image from the RCA roof set. I especially like the motion on the bus. Camera: Magic Lantern Scanner Camera. Size:12MB Greyscale.


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The scanner camera has a way of turning double-decker busses into almost architectural forms. Camera: Box Brownie Scanner Camera. Size: 55MB Greyscale.