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This is a single-shot panorama of the midtown Manhattan skyline from a Hasselblad XPan film camera using Rollei RPX 100 film on what I remember as a a really cold day in January. I had driven from home, parked in this neighborhood, and then taken the subway into Manhattan to shoot. But it was so […]

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Click here to view larger size and here to view the fullsize original.  I have mostly stopped linking to the gallery but still do so for panoramic images like this one.  This is the second in a new New York Ghosts series. The first was posted here. This did not start out as a favorite […]

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When I started photographing New York in earnest, I spent a lot of time shooting during early Sunday mornings. I ended up stumbling my way into a series I called “Forever the Empty City,” featuring city streets with no visible residents: No pedestrians, cyclists, or inhabited cars. It’s not too hard to do on early […]

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Woke up early one Walt Disney World morning in April to play with long exposures on a Hasselblad XPan panoramic film camera. This was the first shot I grabbed just before the daylight became a bit more prominent and the lights along the ferry boat jetty turned off.  In fact, I think some of the lights […]

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Available in my galleries here This is the second in a series of panoramas I took at this general area in the Caribbean Beach Club Resort in Walt Disney World. One notable factor in my compositions was I did not have a standard tripod for the camera, and relied instead on a mini-tripod with short plastic legs […]

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