Created 10-Jan-22
172 photos

These panoramic images were created in a number of ways. In the days of film shooting, a Fuji GX617 was used to create a 6cm x 17cm image on film.

Now, shooting 35mm digital, I expose a series of overlapping images, typically taken in vertical format and anywhere from four to twelve images, and combine them in Photoshop to create a single panoramic image. Utilizing this approach, it is possible to create very large file sizes that can withstand enormous degrees of enlargement for prints. This approach also allows me as a photographer to utilize optimum camera settings that avoid image falloff at the edges that can happen when shooting with panoramic cameras.
Bandon Beach, OregonWaves Along Bandon Beach, OregonGenesee, IdahoAbandoned Farm, IdahoPistol River, OregonAbandoned Farm, IdahoCrater Lake Shoreline, OregonSmith Rock Sunset, OregonBefore the Blizzard, WisconsinWinter Horses, WisconsinLavender and Buttercup, OregonWinter Barn and Hillside, WisconsinPalouse Rolling Hills, WashingtonCloudstreaks, WashingtonRed Barn on the Palouse, WashingtonTree Row Across the Palouse, WashingtonCanola Fields, WashingtonGlenwood, WashingtonBarn and Wheat Fields, WashingtonColfax, Washington

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