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    Pano 135 pinhole images









    All from Independence, Iowa.

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    Oh this is nice! Would you mind sharing how this was done?

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    those a nice quality panos, possibly curved plane... build it yourself?

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    Thanks guys! I used a flat plane camera that I built. See the following link to information on the camera. The only change I made to the camera since I posted the information was to widen the hole the pinhole was mounted in, and change the shutter to a sliding type. Otherwise, I got vignetting of the image.

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum62/8...35-camera.html

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    Nice work on the Panos and great quality pano. I went through your link; it’s an amazing idea of creating a camera on your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halldaniel21 View Post
    Nice work on the Panos and great quality pano. I went through your link; it’s an amazing idea of creating a camera on your own.
    Thanks! I have also built 4x5 and 8x10 inch pinhole cameras. The larger the negative, the sharper the apparent image......

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    These look great! The last one is my favorite. Out of curiosity, what film did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F/1.4 View Post
    These look great! The last one is my favorite. Out of curiosity, what film did you use?
    Thanks! The film used was 200 ISO Fuji C41 that I bought at Walmart.

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    Nice! Yeah the exposures look just about spot on. I just LOVE the store fronts with the truck! that is a GREAT picture.

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    I've bookmarked your link by the way, how do you keep the images from overlapping?

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