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    Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    ... A space for the clean purity of the black and white panoramic image …
    Let's see how you see things in this intriguing format—

    Parvin covered bridge (1921). Lane County. Oregon.

    . . 1921 Bridge. Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg# BRdg 384. Canham 8x20" camera, 355mm lens, Yg filter, HP5 film. 1999

    More wide format photos here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...57689659371185

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Moonrise, Biloxi Bay Bridge
    Shen-Hao PTB-617, Nikkor 90mm f/8, Acros, Pyrocat:



    I made an accidental double-exposure but it was kinda neat:

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Yep I like the accidental image a lot and it could have easily been accepted as a purposeful double exposure.

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    Martin Milling Co.. Abandoned Grain Mill. Lattimore, North Carolina

    . . Abandoned Grain Mill by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg# BUIN 011. Split 5x7 film. 150mm, Yg filter, PXP film, 1992

    More wide format photos here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...57689659371185

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Bandon Oregon
    Junk School bus, Grain silos. Bandon, Oregon

    I find the 6x15 (1:2.5 ratio, same as 8x20") image to be more pleasing and more adaptable to a wider variety of subjects, compared to the 1:3 (6x17) ratio

    . . Bandon, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg # AUAQ 223. Modified Fotoman 617 camera & 80mm Super Symmar XL lens.. 6x15 negative (2-1/4" x 5-1/2"). Ilford FP4+ film. 2007

    Details on the Fotoman conversion here... http://www.classicbwphoto.com/classi...o/Fotoman.html

    More Pano photos here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...57689659371185

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