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    Jim,

    I especially like the fact the same couple is on both the far left AND far right of the photograph. I thought you said you didn't do this digitally :-)

    Wonderful image!
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    Great shot! I have been lusting for one of those old cameras for some time now. There has been an 8 inch Cirkut on fleabay recently, I just don't have that kind of money to spend right now. Even junk box Panorams are going for a premium, so I will probably have to keep the Cirkut on my wish list for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgjbowen View Post
    Jim,

    I especially like the fact the same couple is on both the far left AND far right of the photograph. I thought you said you didn't do this digitally :-)

    Wonderful image!
    What he said.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    you guys have way too much fun out there isn the middle of no-where!

    Fantastic results Jim (as usual). I like that some of the 'talent' dressed in period costume.

    I wonder who worked out all the logistics?....and all of the back story.

    Thank you for sharing. I look forward to more.

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    Fantastic!
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    Congratulations- you are now Dauntless
    Eight foot trays eh?
    How you gonna print it ?
    regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by eworkman View Post
    Congratulations- you are now Dauntless
    Eight foot trays eh?
    How you gonna print it ?
    regards
    Ed

    Thanks for all the nice comments and wishes.

    How you gonna print it ?

    D-I-G-I-T-A-L-L-Y :o

    Printing these is where I'll draw the line in the sand. It's an entire hobby in itself! Who has the time?? I've got too much other stuff I want to accomplish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uhner View Post
    Excellent, and I love that you captured the same couple twice.

    Apparently I need to do some more reading on Cirkut cameras.
    Every year in High School we had the annual school photograph taken with a clockwork panoramic- all students and all faculty. We were arranged in tiers in a semi-circle on the rugby field and told to hold still. In the first year one of my classmates seated himself at one end and ran to the other, behind the benches, to get himself in the photo again at the other end! He did this every year - and got caned for it each time!!

    BTW - great photo Jim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobNewYork View Post
    Every year in High School we had the annual school photograph taken with a clockwork panoramic- all students and all faculty. We were arranged in tiers in a semi-circle on the rugby field and told to hold still. In the first year one of my classmates seated himself at one end and ran to the other, behind the benches, to get himself in the photo again at the other end! He did this every year - and got caned for it each time!!

    BTW - great photo Jim.

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    Printing them is half the fun! It's not really that bad. Van dykes are particularly easy, as you only need two trays. You can get get away with one tray and buckets for silver prints, but two are easier.
    Glad to see you using the 10

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