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    Re: Stitched Together

    Alen very nice.

    Here's from 8 files stitched together, from above Queenstown, NZ. On my 36 inch wide print, the vertical dimension is 8 inches.



    Nikon V1, 10-30mm zoom.

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    Re: Stitched Together

    This one, shot on Ektachrome E100G with my Mamiya RZ67, consists of two frames shot using the 75mm shift lens. As it is possible to rotate the lens and shift it to left and right horizontaly, I thought that taking a shot while shifted to the left and then another shifted to the right should result in two overlaping frames very easy to combine in a panorama. Well, probably not a very original idea. It works:
    Pag Island, Croatia. by Wojtek Mszyca, on Flickr

    And here is another one, this time two 35mm frames of the amazing Agfa Ultra 100, taken with 21mm Biogon and Contax G2. This time I did not intend to stitch them, I just noticed after having the film developed and scanned that these two frames overlap nicely. Thank you Zeiss for 0 distortion, I did not correct geometry at all, just simply put two images together.
    Pag Island, Croatia. by Wojtek Mszyca, on Flickr

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    Re: Stitched Together

    Missed this thread but here's some stiched 4x5s using shift on an arca swiss 4x5

    With Fujinon 450C (huge image circle for this kind of work)


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    Re: Stitched Together

    Schneider 110XL


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    110XL


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    Re: Stitched Together

    Those lines are damn straight johnmsanderson, did you pan using some sort of mechanism to pivot on the nodal point?
    Nice work.

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    Re: Stitched Together

    Quote Originally Posted by alen View Post
    Those lines are damn straight johnmsanderson, did you pan using some sort of mechanism to pivot on the nodal point?
    Nice work.
    alen -- no pan here. using lenses with big image circles and shift movement (with the 4x5) to record several negatives. With the 8x10 camera available I use split dark slides and take 4x10s with standard 8x10 holders. Some of these require a little more on the width so I opt to use the 4x5 to get a little more than 4x10, maybe 4x12 on some (like the White Lake Depot, above).

    thanks!! glad you dig them.

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    Re: Stitched Together

    Some silly stitching, years ago...

    hay01a by Scott, on Flickr

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    Re: Stitched Together

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    I guess using a Kodak Cirkut camera is just cheating, huh?
    Or my 8 x 20!

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    Re: Stitched Together

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott -- View Post
    Some silly stitching, years ago...

    hay01a by Scott, on Flickr
    Perfect !

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