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Old 06-05-2010   #1
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Show us your recent Panoramic shots!

Widelux F7 on expired Ektar 25 :





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Old 06-14-2010   #2
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Mamiya 7II with 35mm adaptor.

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Old 06-15-2010   #3
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Cool double-exposure pano, Tony!
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Taken with my Widelux F8 (before I got the filters for it) :
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Xax, typeguru and jvan01 cooL panO's...
inspiring me to breakout the Mamiya 7II with its crazy 35mm attachment, hope to have something to post soon...
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Does stitching count ? At the ball game with the office; 6 vertical 35mm shots on BW400CN. People move, which makes it a bit tricky

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Here's a couple more...
I'd love to get some brutal feedback. thanks in advance.


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From a trip to Washington DC in April. Taken with Widelux 7, Fuji Pro 400 and developed with C-41 press kit.

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Old 06-15-2010   #10
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ellison, I'll continue with the DC theme... Taken last weekend / Widelux F8 - TriX
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ellisson, thats a remarkable pano-shot, looks like a sci-fi ship...

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Old 06-15-2010   #12
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Some nice shots here. Itching to post some of my own from the newly aquired xpan. Just have to wait untill my thesis is submitted next week
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ellisson, thats a remarkable pano-shot, looks like a sci-fi ship...

Thanks Photony texas. The DC subway does offer some interesting perspectives, another one shown in typeguru's first image in his post above.
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Inadvertent multi-/ overlapping- exposure 6x12 panorama, taken on a Voigtlander Bessa I :

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That's lovely, ElmoG! Xpan + E100GX looks like an unbeatable combo, I'm sad they stopped making that film.

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.... Bravo!

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A bit special: mosaic stitch of 36 single shots, with Leica M9 and Apo Summicron 90 asph., wide open. 130 MP large original file, makes for a 7x11 cm large (virtual) sensor size, or a 30 mm f:0.7 equivalent characteristic.



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Some from the original Horizont:

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I guess I'm pushing the definition of Panoramic photo with this one, but it's recent (like today) and I like it...

Retiro district of Buenos Aires:


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those Horizont pics look great!
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These digital shots are all great, thank you all for sharing, but let's please try to keep this thread to those taken with panoramic film cameras like the Xpan, Horizon(t), Widelux, Mamiya 7 + adapter, Noblex, Linhof 612/617, etc.
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Thank you for the kind words.

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Why? The title of the thread didn't indicate as such. Panoramas are panoramas.
It is however posted in "Xpan & Other panoramics" subforum.

Anyway, here's one vertical, for a change:

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Damn, there are some fabulous images on this thread. Personally, I like them all, even the stitched ones. I have a 6x17 back coming from Badger Graphic, but have been having fun stitching M8 files. Haven't reduced any of them in size enough to post here, though.
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Xpan 45/4.0 Kodak 5222 iso200 Rodinal 1+50 11min
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First results from my new Horizon

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Here a recent one, actually from my first roll... don't like the film very much though (Kodak V160).

Otherwise I can just say... holy sshhiitt!


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my new x pan

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Horizon 202, on Ektar 100

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Where the land meets the sea...

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Distortion-a-go-go in black and white.

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Still trying to figure out the format. I've only developed the first roll so far - from a hike of Mt. Moosilauke in June.

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