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James Gentles

Confusion in Vintage Photographer's Studio

Confusion in space and time...

Confusion between the latter part of the 19th century and the early part of the 21st century

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© 2019 James Gentles, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Simon and I have known each other for 20 years through our interest in photography, from kites and many other forms of off-the-wall techniques.


We got together in Simon's Studio for a technology exchange:

Simon used 19 century colodian/tinplate technology to take a portrait of me with my nodal mount and tripod. The image produced directly onto a metal "tinplate" backing is unique, and not easy to copy.

I used a panoramic head to return the compliment.with this portrait using 21 century panorama techniques of the 19 century studio. The resulting image is viewed by computer processing and is infinitely reproducable, it is shown above.


Neat.


In Memory of "Mr Blue Sky Thinker", the man who most supported me to take aerial photographs from a kite, when drones hadn't been invented. You may have noticed that over 90% of the panoramas taken here are aerials, and not a drone to be found anywhere.


Fly High Simon Harbord (1957-2019)


Location

Europe / UK-Scotland

Lat: 56° 47' 30.674" N
Long: 2° 23' 33.032" W

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Nodal Ninja 2, Sony a6000, 16mm pancake. ptgui and Paint Shop Pro.  Original 25000x12500pixels.

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