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North Korean photos taken with X-Pan..
Old 12-21-2012   #1
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North Korean photos taken with X-Pan..

Amazing photos ..
Looks like hes using the whole range of lenses, very effective!

I love the mood the film photos give North Korea in these.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/1...#slide=1911216
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Those are pretty incredible.


Thanks for sharing !

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Thanks for sharing!!!!!

GReat pics!!! I discovered the authorities permit using colours in the peoples clothes...:O:O:O perhpas just for propaganda.....
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Couldn't see them on my iPhone but thanks for the link! Hopefully XPAN prices won't go up now ...
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Thanks for sharing.
This is the first time I see series of images taken with the x-pan that used the format very well.
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thanks for link from here too. hope new leaders of that country finally start thinking how much people suffer under them
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Thanks for the link. Interesting photos of a very alien society (for the most part). I didn't expect the beach pictures.

It's interesting that Guttenfelder is shooting digitally for AP but shooting film for his personal shooting (personal project, or whatever). It gives a unique society a unique look (these days, anyway).

I think I'll go shoot some color film today in the FE2.
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some great shots!
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Good stuff.

Thanks for the link.

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Really enjoyed viewing those. Thanks for sharing.
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Wonderful photos in many ways. Thank you for sharing indeed.

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Thanks for sharing.
This is the first time I see series of images taken with the x-pan that used the format very well.
Rogier, if you want to see a master at work with panoramic format, check out Koudelka's Chaos if you have not seen it already. Fantastic use of the panoramic format and fantastic photos regardless of format.
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as already said, some powerful shots. i'm always fascinated by the elusive hermit kingdom.
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Couldn't see them on my iPhone but thanks for the link! Hopefully XPAN prices won't go up now ...
I think 2012 is the first time that XPan prices have started to go down. You can now get the 30mm for ~$2500. It has been over $3000 since I got mine back in 2007.
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Great shots. The format reminds me so much of the Widelux.
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