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    My Vertical Panorama


    Singapore Flyer - On Sheares' Bridge
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    Horizon Perfekt | 28mm | shutter speed not recorded | Agfa Vista 400 | B&W Conversion and warm toned in Photoshop




    Joy ride along Singapore Flyer...
    © 2009 Martin Liew Photography

    Horizon Perfekt | 28mm | shutter speed not recorded | Agfa Vista 400 | B&W Conversion and warm toned in Photoshop

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    I like vertical panoramas and for me, the one on the bottom is the better of the two. But I do like how the distortion of the lightpole of the top image works well with the whole image.

    However, as this is an analog-only site, presenting images that have been color converted in Photoshop and never actually printed as a wet-process print, does not quite fit here -- but instead on APUG's sister site of hybrid photography (hybrid -- digital capture, wet process print, or film capture and digitally produced print/image). The exception is if you do plan on making a wet process print, and the photoshopped image you are presenting resembles, as best you can, what the wet process print does, or will look like.

    Vaughn
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    My sincere apology as I have overlooked. Thanks for the kind advise.

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    Check out the work of Horst Hamann. I think you might enjoy it. Shawn

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    Thanks for sharing Shawn.

    In fact, I already know about Horst Haman's Verticals body of work. I got so inspired by his work that I bought myself a Horizon Perfekt swing-lens panorama camera and started shooting since last November.

    U can see some of my vertical panorama work in my website. More fotos are coming.

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    Excellant work!

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    Also look at the work of Geir Jordahl

    http://www.jordahlphoto.com/framegallg.html

    His older work was done with a swing-lens Widelux camera (spelling?) -- some are vertical (but all with infrared film). He eventually switched to an Xpan camera. I own a 12" x 32" vertical silver gelatin print he made from one of his Widelux negatives -- a piece of beauty!

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    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    Also look at the work of Geir Jordahl

    http://www.jordahlphoto.com/framegallg.html

    His older work was done with a swing-lens Widelux camera (spelling?) -- some are vertical (but all with infrared film). He eventually switched to an Xpan camera. I own a 12" x 32" vertical silver gelatin print he made from one of his Widelux negatives -- a piece of beauty!

    Vaughn
    Thanks for sharing, Vaughn.

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    Meditation
    © 2009 Martin Liew Photography

    Horizon Perfekt | 28mm | shutter speed not recorded | Kodak Tri-X 400

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    Thank, you. I enjoyed all these images!

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