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Old 1 Week Ago   #1521
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Love this. Has that Nat Geo look to it from the pre digital days. Gives it a feeling that the train station is in the middle of nowhere.
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Love this. Has that Nat Geo look to it from the pre digital days. Gives it a feeling that the train station is in the middle of nowhere.

it very much so is in the middle of nowhere, Ill post an ariel shot later.
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Same station as before, just climbed up a fire escape for the shot.

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I almost never do pano's, but have a couple from a recent trip. The detail in the full size Olympic Park is pretty amazing on my computer. And the one from the Koenigssee has a story behind it that makes me want to pull my hair out and then laugh having to deal with hordes of obnoxious teenagers and later a group of Chinese women who were doing their best "Top Model" impersonation.


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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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I broke out the Noblex 150 this weekend while working the Blake Garden reception.
Have always loved this pond on the estate.

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I almost never do pano's, but have a couple from a recent trip. The detail in the full size Olympic Park is pretty amazing on my computer. And the one from the Koenigssee has a story behind it that makes me want to pull my hair out and then laugh having to deal with hordes of obnoxious teenagers and later a group of Chinese women who were doing their best "Top Model" impersonation.


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Love the second one!
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Had no idea the M9 was a panoramic film camera
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Had no idea the M9 was a panoramic film camera
It's a little known secret that is kept by folks incapable of reading the fine print. My apologies.
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