5 November 2009

Oxford Steampunk exhibition

Steampunk | sepia

At the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, until February 2010


Featuring two steampunk masks by Tom Banwell:

Steampunk mask | Fire master | Sepia



Steampunk mask | Sepia

All pictures taken with a manual focus, mecahanical exposure Minolta SR-T 101b with Rokkor-PF 50mm f/1.7 lens and Fujifilm Superia 200 film.



  1. I have had my Minolta SRT 101 since I puchased it in Singapore in 1966 (£40.00 with case 58mm 1.4)I’m still not interested in changing it, I have since bought more lenses in the last two years, eBay etc. It’s a great camera.

    Comment by Mick Kemsley — 26 December 2010 @ 4:05 pm


    You might be interested in the images I made at Seattle SteamCon II recently. I am interested in the Victorian influences specifically, but there there was a visual feast for all, no matter their orientation.

    Comment by Michael Hinsdale — 7 January 2011 @ 8:29 pm

    • A nice set of pictures indeed, with a good sense of period feel in the photography.

      Comment by Howard — 7 January 2011 @ 8:56 pm

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