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Old 05-14-2017   #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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Old 05-15-2017   #1522
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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 is so very much in the middle of nowhere, I'll post an aerial shot later.
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Old 05-16-2017   #1524
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Same station as before, just climbed up a fire escape for the shot.

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Old 05-16-2017   #1525
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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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I broke out the Noblex 150 this weekend while working the Blake Garden reception.
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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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Old 05-17-2017   #1528
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Had no idea the M9 was a panoramic film camera
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Old 05-18-2017   #1529
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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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Old 05-19-2017   #1530
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Untitled by Hogarth Ferguson, on Flickr

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Old 05-27-2017   #1535
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Nice work peeps!

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That is beautiful Huss. Love it.
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Old 05-29-2017   #1537
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Awesome panoramas Hogarth. Especially love the Mongolian train and your night shots...great colors.
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Awesome panoramas Hogarth. Especially love the Mongolian train and your night shots...great colors.
Thank you. I'm really enjoying this 6x14 camera. I'd love to do some portraits with it once i figure out how to get a helical on it.
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Thank you. I'm really enjoying this 6x14 camera. I'd love to do some portraits with it once i figure out how to get a helical on it.
I have seen some pictures on your blog with that camera. That thing is incredible! Very sharp, very little distortion with the 53mm lens.

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I have tested my new Horseman SW612 with Grandagon 35mm that I bought here on RFF (on old expired tungsten film Portra 100T):

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First time I've tried this. Pleasantly surprised to discover the red text in the bottom left corner of the window!!


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Just picked up a XPan two days ago and these are from the 1st test roll around the house. Such a fun camera to shoot with.


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