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Old 06-05-2010   #1
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Show us your recently taken Panoramic shots! an ongoing thread

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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Old 06-15-2010   #4
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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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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   #12
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XPAN / 30/5.6 / Adox Pan25 in Rodinal

I can't wait to see this one big.
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Old 06-15-2010   #13
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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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Old 06-26-2010   #16
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Inadvertent multi-/ overlapping- exposure 6x12 panorama, taken on a Voigtlander Bessa I :

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Oh, let me indulge myself by sharing this one from Woodside, Queens taken with the GF1 and 20/1.7.

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Old 07-06-2010   #19
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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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Rum Point, GCI. Nikon D90, stitched.
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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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Hsinchu, Taiwan


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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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