These photos have been taken with various cell phone cameras. That said the majority of these will be from the Sprint PocketPC phone which is a 1.3 megapixel camera. The unique thing about these photos is that there is a way to create interesting images I am calling Triptychs since these photos look like they have been divided into three pieces (or two pieces). These might be the result of a defect of the camera or just by moving the camera in between focusing it and processing the image. At this point I am unsure but these are rather unique photos.
Photos IMAGE_00377 to IMAGE_00379 were taken with the Sprint PocketPC from a Flight from Detroit to Point Stevens Wisconsin. I was shooting in a burst mode taking 10 images in a row. Picture 378 was the first “error photo” I got with this camera. As you can see, it took the image and created a unique division and fade into itself. This was the beginning of this phototype.
The two photos on the right were taken while flying from Wisconsin to Chicago and was most likely taken over Madison Wisconsin. These were individual photos taken, not a series of burst shots.
This photo was taken at the start of the Easter Vigil Mass. The fire is supposed to be on the right sight of this photo and not the left. The images were reversed.
Cell phone photos taken in Arizona. Camel Back mountain range taken while in motion. The horse photo has the telephone pole split in two and repositioned over the middle of the image.