Black and white photographs of China, Hungary and India are seen in wide-screen format. Chambers uses this format reminiscent of the CinemaScope movies that impressed him when he was a child. Most television sets are wide-screen in today's homes. The bit of distortion seen in most of the images creates a sense of drama with a focus on darks and lights to set a certain mood. There's an otherworldliness that seems to run through the series of photographs. The images are formatted as a slide show, and please allow considerable loading time.
|Wide-screen China||Wide-screen Hungary||Wide-screen India|