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Old 09-22-2010   #81
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Old 09-23-2010   #82
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A few stitched together from Panasonic GF1, 20mm f1.7 shots.



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Old 09-26-2010   #83
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Old 10-10-2010   #84
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Looking at this thread makes me really want an Xpan in the worst way. I think my Horizon Perfekt will have to do for now though.

From this afternoon in South Beach, Portra 160NC:









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I like the panning camera a bit more than the x pan, just a fun look.

Besides ... Jagger said it best,"If you can't be with the one you love hiney, Love the one you're with"
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Old 10-11-2010   #86
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Old 10-12-2010   #87
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Old 10-13-2010   #89
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I just got an Xpan last week. Here are a few shots from my first roll of film...






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Old 10-28-2010   #90
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A place you take a ride.


A path you stroll.


A shop you get an Xpan.


Xpan 45/4.0 400Tx iso250 Rodinal 1+50 12min 20℃

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Old 10-29-2010   #96
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Interesting images, David.
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Very disturbing image, can you explain?
Maybe....I was invited to document a Pentecostal Christian revival at a rural Georgia church. This in not my background but I enjoy documenting how people interact with their religion and concept of a divine.

This lady had just had "hands laid on her" which is believed to invoke the holy spirit. The lady lost touch with reality, spoke in tongues then collapsed.

For her and the other participants this is an extraordinary event to be sought after.

I was there and know the larger context but the picture is no doubt disturbing on its own.

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Maybe....I was invited to document....
Thanks for the background story and extra flickr pictures. It is interesting.
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Some 2:1 cropped shots from SWC/M and a 16 magazine:











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Yong He Gong Lama Temple, Beijing, October 2010
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All of these were shot with a Widelux FVI...

Wedding at The Hamptons


Bull Riding in the middle of Times Square










More on my blog (www.riccisblog.com).

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Old 11-03-2010   #107
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Patrick, I love those shots. I'm a former Widelux owner, the format is very familiar...really nice stuff, there.

This is more from my trip in mid October to Beijing. Xpan, 45/4, Fuji RVP

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wow! even though I never loved the horizon you could convince me to buy one ...
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both handheld XA... maybe ~6 shots stitched.
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Taken with my Widelux F8 (before I got the filters for it) :
Hey guru, where'd you pick up the filters? I just bought a Widelux today.
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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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Gshybrid.....love the above picture...went to your webage as well....some very nice x pan stuff
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Gshybrid.....love the above picture...went to your webage as well....some very nice x pan stuff
thanks David... the Xpan has quickly become my favorite camera. I noticed we have a very similar camera collection.
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thanks David... the Xpan has quickly become my favorite camera. I noticed we have a very similar camera collection.

and kind of similiar use of the x pan!
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