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.
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