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Old 10-04-2015   #1241
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Old 10-09-2015   #1242
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I took this photo yesterday, and it's nearly my favorite photo I've ever taken.
My friend John owns a small car dealership along with his wife and twin brother. The dealership office is a very small, basically 3 room building. John and his brother Bob have the end offices, ad John's wife has the middle room, which serves as the entrance/reception area. The front door is right in the center of the room, and then the doorways to the endrooms are directly right and left from there.
Awhile ago, I noticed that if you're in just the right spot, right in the front doorway, you can just see both John and Bob working at their desks. I had the idea to try and get a photo of all three in a single image.
Yesterday I was down there and had the Widelux with (with one frame left in the camera) and so I decided to try the photo.

I shot this without using a viewfinder (or a meter), handheld at 1/15s and f/11. This is basically the entire frame, no cropping or rotating.


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Old 10-12-2015   #1243
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I took this photo yesterday, and it's nearly my favorite photo I've ever taken.
My friend John owns a small car dealership along with his wife and twin brother. The dealership office is a very small, basically 3 room building. John and his brother Bob have the end offices, ad John's wife has the middle room, which serves as the entrance/reception area. The front door is right in the center of the room, and then the doorways to the endrooms are directly right and left from there.
Awhile ago, I noticed that if you're in just the right spot, right in the front doorway, you can just see both John and Bob working at their desks. I had the idea to try and get a photo of all three in a single image.
Yesterday I was down there and had the Widelux with (with one frame left in the camera) and so I decided to try the photo.

I shot this without using a viewfinder (or a meter), handheld at 1/15s and f/11. This is basically the entire frame, no cropping or rotating.

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"Call of the Ocean"

"Call of the Ocean", an ongoing series. Sorry this is kind of large, but I think it's worth it.



I have image of this photo for 3 years or more now. Happy that I have finally "got it".
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I took this photo yesterday, and it's nearly my favorite photo I've ever taken.
My friend John owns a small car dealership along with his wife and twin brother. The dealership office is a very small, basically 3 room building. John and his brother Bob have the end offices, ad John's wife has the middle room, which serves as the entrance/reception area. The front door is right in the center of the room, and then the doorways to the endrooms are directly right and left from there.
Awhile ago, I noticed that if you're in just the right spot, right in the front doorway, you can just see both John and Bob working at their desks. I had the idea to try and get a photo of all three in a single image.
Yesterday I was down there and had the Widelux with (with one frame left in the camera) and so I decided to try the photo.

I shot this without using a viewfinder (or a meter), handheld at 1/15s and f/11. This is basically the entire frame, no cropping or rotating.


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Old 11-09-2015   #1247
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"Call of the Ocean", an ongoing series. Sorry this is kind of large, but I think it's worth it.



I have image of this photo for 3 years or more now. Happy that I have finally "got it".
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I am attempting a "digital xpan" using three Nikon Coolpix A cameras with a custom remote trigger I built to fire all cameras together. This is to avoid ghosting issues with single camera panoramic blends. The big question was how the parallax errors would alter the blending.



Just got the rig up and running today. Depending upon the projection I use in the blend they are between 4:1 and 5:1 aspect ratio, around 150 degree FOV and roughly 40 megapixels.

A couple of test shots. Nothing special, just proof of concept.


[Group 12]-cam1DSC_0038_cam3DSC_1612-3 images by Compac23, on Flickr


[Group 10]-cam3DSC_1607_cam1DSC_0033-3 images by Compac23, on Flickr


[Group 9]-cam3DSC_1603_cam1DSC_0029-3 images by Compac23, on Flickr


[Group 6]-cam1DSC_0024_cam3DSC_1598-3 images by Compac23, on Flickr


[Group 3]-cam3DSC_1605_cam1DSC_0031-3 images by Compac23, on Flickr


walkway1 by Compac23, on Flickr

Full resolution files are available for viewing if you follow the links. Be warned they are around 12,000x3000 pixels.

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Old 01-27-2016   #1261
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Not usually a fan of panorama, but a shot like this is where panorama really shines.
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I just rescanned this shot that I took about a year ago.



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Shot from DP0 Quattro shot in 21:9 aspect ratio. Color OOC jpg converted to B&W using Silver FX Pro.. W/ the 21 fov and in camera aspect ratio support of 21:9 aspect ratio, kind of a digital xpan

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Nice pics but that is some banding going on there in the mechanism. See the alternating vertical stripes in the sky. I'd recommend:

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Gary, *this* is the kind of work that inspired me to pick up a dp0Q!
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When looking at the photos on this page the thing that gets me the most is that they don't look like being taken by a panoramic camera. I cannot decide if this is good or bad. Going to take out the G617 tomorrow.
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When looking at the photos on this page the thing that gets me the most is that they don't look like being taken by a panoramic camera. I cannot decide if this is good or bad. Going to take out the G617 tomorrow.
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Not super recent. In fact, from the first roll of film I ever shot with my xpan. always a picture I enjoy going back to and perhaps my favorite camera.


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i like this one too. right outside my house. if i had to guess, i shot this one on 400 speed portra film with my xpan 45mm at f5.6. this lens is super at 5.6 and 8.

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