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Old 07-15-2019   #1801
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Not exactly discreet, but I can't afford a Hasselblad Xpan, so this will have to do.

Pentax 6x7, S-M-C Takumar 6x7 55mm f/3.5, Panoramic Adapter, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Old 07-16-2019   #1802
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Old 07-17-2019   #1803
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #1807
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I can't afford an Xpan2, so my Fuji TX-2 will have to do.

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Boo hoo, TX-2... Well, when somebody tries to mug you, you can't club them over the head like I can with my Pentax 6x7.

Pentax 6x7, S-M-C Takumar 6x7 55mm f/3.5, Panoramic Adapter, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Hello everybody.

This "classic view" of Knossos in Crete is very nice.
I applaud Gcap for your marvelous views of all over Greece.
I love Greece, special mention for Peloponese region and we have been there so many times, motorbike visiting , so lovely people there.

My opinion for this last picture of Knossos Palace.
When I've been there some years (or decades ? ) ago, the colors were more pastel, now I think the continuing renovations had put more vivid colors.
I never thought that Portra can give such "vivid colors".

That are nice things in your pics.

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^^ Visited that site near Iraklion many years ago! Need to revisit someday.
Crete is so wonderful as are the people (mostly). Worth to spend even a whole month...
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Hello everybody.

This "classic view" of Knossos in Crete is very nice.
I applaud Gcap for your marvelous views of all over Greece.
I love Greece, special mention for Peloponese region and we have been there so many times, motorbike visiting , so lovely people there.

My opinion for this last picture of Knossos Palace.
When I've been there some years (or decades ? ) ago, the colors were more pastel, now I think the continuing renovations had put more vivid colors.
I never thought that Portra can give such "vivid colors".

That are nice things in your pics.

Thank you a. You're near Stymfalia in that pic, very photogenic site. Have visited several times in the past. I have to revisit...
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SD Quattro 30/1.4 21:9 ratio
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(And please, no more arch scolding about what is / ain’t pano, e.g post 1528)
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(And please, no more arch scolding about what is / ain’t pano, e.g post 1528)
Robert, very nice images! I enjoyed these and a lot of your images in the past, so glad to see active and posting again! What in the world happened to that car?

Anyway, I don't think Post #1528 was intended as a scolding, or a debate about what is or isn't panoramic. Of course long threads like this are interpreted differently by different people. That said, the OP's original intent for the thread was for panoramic film images:

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These digital shots are all great, thank you all for sharing, but let's please try to keep this thread to those taken with panoramic film cameras like the Xpan, Horizon(t), Widelux, Mamiya 7 + adapter, Noblex, Linhof 612/617, etc.
I guess by that definition, even some of my own posts above might not fit, since the Pentax 6x7 is shooting adapted and not native panoramic film format. Maybe I should post mine in the no-holds-barred W/NW: Panoramics (photos with aspect ratio of 2:1 or more) instead.
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"Mamiya 7 + adapter ... etc." would suggest Pentax 67 + adapter would be included as well... I think I posted one of those myself!
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"Mamiya 7 + adapter ... etc." would suggest Pentax 67 + adapter would be included as well... I think I posted one of those myself!
Thanks, Doug! Well, if a moderator says it's ok, then who am I to argue?
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These are all remarkable images. Bravo! What a wonderful way to look at things. Breathtaking and powerfully contextual, not captured by 35mm, 6x6, 6x7. A shame that there are so few who try and even fewer available cameras to capture this.

The XPan/TX camera prices have shot through the roof nowadays. I now understand why.
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