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night visit in NYC
Old 01-17-2008   #1
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night visit in NYC

had to attend my friend's funeral this week, and was almost 11pm when all was done, i was really beat, but i decided to take the xpan and take the 7 train to NYC for a few night shots.

just able to do some scans.. shot with 45 lens and 400TX
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few more..thanks
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Old 01-18-2008   #3
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Those are really nice. Good use of the panoramic format in your street shooting. I find it hard to switch back and forth between 35mm "seeing" and panoramic "seeing".

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Nice work using the pano format, I like the very last one the best, the guy standing there looks like a statue in the corner, it anchors the rest of the shot with the parking barriers running down the street.
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Nice use of the format. I like the third one best. Well done.
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Those are really excellent, thankyou for sharing.
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Nice shots!

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I find it hard to switch back and forth between 35mm "seeing" and panoramic "seeing".
I think Koudelka takes either one kind of camera or the other. The two are just so different compositionally.
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