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    Panorama

    I started with 35mm xpan, then 120 rollfilm 6x12 horseman, and then 6x12 back on 4x5, finally now 4x10 Canham. Each step up was a pleasure. What would be next?

    Has been here a panorama photo thread? I wish to see yours.



    Canham 4x10, Nikkor SW 120mm, HP5+
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    Re: Panorama

    seems that your website doesn't allow hotlinking... I get a login popup.

    Otherwhise, very eager to see your images.

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    Re: Panorama

    Noblex line of cameras.
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    Re: Panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by Geert View Post
    seems that your website doesn't allow hotlinking... I get a login popup.

    Otherwhise, very eager to see your images.

    G
    Sorry, I fixed the link. Thank you for letting me know.

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    Re: Panorama

    Next up from 4x10 would be either 5x12 or 7x17. I shoot 5x12. Details:

    159 ExWA Wollensak f12, 2 1/2 minutes @ f22, Ilford FP4+ @ ISO 64 in Pyrocat HD, Palladium on Bergger COT320.
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    Re: Panorama

    Yes, there has been a thread, a couple of months ago, I believe.

    Jaz clock, Shen Hao 4x10, Nikkor 300mm M
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    Gilley's Hotel, Bulls Gap, TN. 4X10, Tmax 400, pyrocat hd.
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    Re: Panorama

    7x17? It's pretty nice
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    Re: Panorama

    Don, that image is a gem.

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    Three from last year. 8x20.
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