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    The irony is that he had to scan it section by section and stitch it together. Which makes me go, "hmmm..."

    If you're going to do one-of-a-kinds like this Jim, step up to the plate and do it right - do something that you couldn't shoot stitched. Shoot a large group of PEOPLE. Like Eugene Goldbeck.

    Let's all go to Tonopah and stand in a circle around his Cirkuit camera. Then we can schedule a flyover by a B-2 Stealth or some UFO. Flying in a circle, in the same direction as the rotation of course.

    If some old Texas redneck could do it, our Galli can do it...

    http://www.panoramic-arts.org/subpage6.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio
    ... Like Eugene Goldbeck.
    ... If some old Texas redneck could do it, our Galli can do it...

    http://www.panoramic-arts.org/subpage6.html
    Well, I wouldn't exactly call the late Mr. Goldbeck a redneck ...

    I own 9 or 10 of his prints. I don't have a Circut, but it made me buy a Russian Horizon.

    Good luck, Jim.

    David

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    I'm just kidding. I only own his book and wish I had one of his prints. They are awesome.

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    ???

    How on earth did you scan that sucker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darinwc
    How on earth did you scan that sucker?
    Frank is right of course. I made 8 different scans and stitched them together in Photoshop. Actually a couple of saucers did go by but alas, they were going against the camera rotation and it didn't catch them.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    If we got enough people together we could spell out "A-P-U-G" on a tailings pile.

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    I took a crack at the banding:

    I took a crack at the banding. I think I did a decent job, I am in no way an editing expert. I used the windows version of GIMP.
    http://www.cozinephoto.com/temp/TonopahCirkut_1.jpg

    A real contact print must be extremely impressive. What a great job Jim!

    Questions:

    Do these cameras have rise/fall?

    Where in the world did you get film for this crazy thing?

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    WOW

    That shot absolutly ROCKS!!
    I'll be joining Per later this month for his workshop. I am SO looking forward to checking out that camera

    FF

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    No question, this is an incredible image.

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    Excellent test shot, Jim - even with the banding and smearing. I'm sure I'm not the only one who will be interested in hearing your tale of the CLA/repair process.

    Wanna trade contact prints?
    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

    Ralph Barker
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