Category Archives: Panoramic Photography

The largest panoramic photo in city history

SLO PANO opens on Friday evening. Almost a year ago I finally found the best location for taking a photo of San Luis Obispo. I had been climbing the local mountains seeking the perfect spot. I scoured available historic photos … Continue reading

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SLO PANO opens tomorrow

I’m slowly recovering from my bicycle mishap with a pick-up truck. I go to physical therapy three days each week, and I have graduated from a walker to crutches. Here is the latest on my work to open a panoramic … Continue reading

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It must be a Mirage!
My large file printing problems are solved

Following this blog, you have been exposed to the trials of printing very large photos on a wide-format Epson ink-jet printer. I have been feeling like a beta tester the last month or so, discovering all of the reasons why … Continue reading

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Things I have never seen before

Happy New Year from The Blognosticator! This last week I saw two things I have never seen before, and I thought I would share them with you. And, I have a few other musings to discuss, as you will see. … Continue reading

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The 32,767-pixel limit: I should learn to read dialog boxes!

That didn’t work quite as planned. In my large scale printing project, I started late last night to print the first of 17 strips of my huge panoramic photo 44 inches by ten feet in length. My original photo is … Continue reading

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A do-it-myself take-up reel for a wide-format Epson printer

I’ve mentioned in a few of my recent blogs that I am preparing a photographic exhibition at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art that opens on February 14, 2014. I’m in the thick of preparation now, making prints, mounting … Continue reading

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Making the Hong Kong GigaPan image

I shipped my GigaPan rig and my Really Right Stuff carbon fiber tripod in my checked luggage to Hong Kong. My hope was that I could make a couple of beautiful panoramic images of the Victoria Harbor with Hong Kong … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Day Two

On my outings on Sunday in Hong Kong I had a chance to take the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbor to Hong Kong Island where my friend John Seymour and I had lunch. The weather was tempestuous, and we watched … Continue reading

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Making modern panoramic photos to match historic images

I’m multitasking – working on installing solar panels on my roof, working with my students and colleagues, writing a book, working on another person’s book, doing illustrations for another book, singing in a choral group (concert on the 23rd!), preparing … Continue reading

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More on scanning film
with the Epson scanner

Last week I wrote about my immersion into scanning 19th century panoramic film. These negatives kept me up nights for about ten days. My total output of scans was 26. I carefully sorted through over 150 pieces of film, selected those … Continue reading

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