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    deon

    Plastic Panorama

    I'm new here so I thought I would show off my black and white panoramic photography using a Kodak "Fun Saver Panoramic 35" disposable camera that I reload with Kodak Tri-X film over and over again.

    Any feedback is welcome!

    http://www.deonreynolds.com

    Deon

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    Wow. Your cheap, piece of crap camera sure takes good pictures!

    But seriously, you really capture the loneliness, emptiness and largeness of the southwest. And so many broken dreams. Thank you for sharing this and welcome to APUG. You have way more talent than I'll ever have.
    “You seek escape from pain. We seek the achievement of happiness. You exist for the sake of avoiding punishment. We exist for the sake of earning rewards. Threats will not make us function; fear is not our incentive. It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish to live.” - John Galt

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    Very nice work, I like it a lot. Thanks for sharing!

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    Beautiful work, well seen. I especially like the sign series.

    Now, off to check out PussycatRanch.com...
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    Deon,

    You have a lot of guts to go out and capture the west like that, using the cheapest camera!

    Bravo! Very well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    Deon,

    You have a lot of guts to go out and capture the west like that, using the cheapest camera!

    Bravo! Very well done.
    why not? Those cameras actually have decent enough lenses and usually a curved film plane for good edge-to-edge sharpness. If you don't want to hack a kodak to reuse it, get one of many cheap plastics that were reloadable and had a panorama setting -- all it does is drop some flaps down to crop the film.

    heck, shoot with your regular camera and crop in the darkroom. The genius -- as the op demonstrates -- is seeing the image to start with.

    I know exactly where that "whoa" sign is because I shot it last month too.

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    Very nice. It's amazing what you can do with a good negative film and a fixed-focus, single aperture and single shutter speed camera!
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    Shoot more film.
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    Isn't this post just like this post from 2 days ago?

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum53/132464-new-apug.html

    You're not new here anymore. Nice work, but still....

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    Outstanding work, keep it up!

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    Magnificent work. Almost overwhelming effect of emotion on the viewer.

    RR

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