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 By: Roger Williams  
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Photographer Roger Williams  Roger Williams {Karma:86139}
Project #35 Home Camera Model Widelux F7 Swing-Lens Camera
Categories Architecture
Film Format
Portfolio Panoramas
Lens Widelux 26mm F/2.8
Uploaded 10/14/2003 Film / Memory Type Fuji Superia 800 ISO
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 2790 Shutter 1/125
Favorites Aperture F/4
Critiques 4 Rating
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About This picture covers 130 degrees horizontally, and puts this strange house in its context. The curvature of straight lines arising from the swinging lens has been fairly well masked here.
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There are 4 Comments in 1 Pages
Keith Naylor   {K:13064} 10/14/2003
This is fantastic, the viewpoint and width crammed into the panarama, stunning. How does this 'swing lens' thing work ? I don't think I've come across one of those before, its very impressive.


Hassan Ahmed   {K:2995} 10/14/2003
Roger , this is much more better than the pervious version ,, Regards


Hassan Ahmed   {K:2995} 10/14/2003
Hello Roger, good compostion and thank you because I was the image a bit dark then I discover that my monitor need calibration , so now I can say good lighting also :) .
Regards ............ ~~ Hassan ~~


Dan Samoila   {K:715} 10/14/2003
very nice image, I have also a F8 Widelux, very good for this kind of shots, but it's have some problem with the exposure time.




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