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    Don't forget to make a label with the people's names for posterity, or some small child who takes up genealogy later will be driven crazy by the photo.

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    Beautiful.

    I've got a Widelux that I enjoy, and would love to try something similar.

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    Yeah, that is very neat indeed. Summer is here, and you know what that means...family reunions! I'm excited that you tried to do it with yours, and suceeded very well.

    I'm still getting a handle on the 12x20, and after 35-ish negatives, still don't feel like I have enough proficiency to do that and *not* back it up w/another camera.

    Well done.

    I'd order the pt/pd print if I were in your family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by athanasius80
    Hey Matt,
    I normally groan at seeing other people's family portraits, but now I think I need a banquet camera. Thanks for corrupting me!
    I'd buy one myself, if it was possible to get film for it.
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    Well done Matt ! This image might be one of the most important you ever made.

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    This might be a pretty basic question, but when you posed your family, are they all on a radius so that as the lens swings it records them as if they are all equally distant from the camera?

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    Most excellent Matt. This is the way things should be done!
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