Vertical Panos

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  1. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    camera: Widelux F6
    film: Tri-X in Diafine\

    Eating bagels in the Japanese Garden

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    Early show at the Replay Lounge

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    Wow, simply wow.
     
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    The first frame is amazing! The distortion works well in this shot. As always the young Maisy? (I am bad with names) takes the cake.

    The second shot gives us a glimpse into the going ons in Lawrence KS. I enjoy that. I am jealous; it looks warm. Did you get any shots of the fan sculpture in the second photo?
     
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    wow, both are amazing(although the second makes me dizzy)
    I never thought of doing a panorama that way! I am definately going to have to try that!!! :D
     
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    the distorition on the first one is great, but you might wanna get rid of the black line in the top right
     
  6. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Yeah, missed that on the scan, and it does need to be cleaned up. My scanner isn't quite full frame for 35mm film. When I print these my neg carriers are more than 100%. I like to print the widelux shots full frame with a thin black border.
     
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    That first shot takes the cake. :thumbup: I bet you have a blast printing it. :)
     

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