Category Archives: Panoramic
These are my last two photos I shot with the Fotoman 612 panoramic camera before I sold it a couple of years ago. Fotoman was a great camera with a Nikkor 90mm f/8 SW lens, and I really enjoyed shooting … Continue reading
The photo above (click on it to see large view) was shot with a Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera, Nikkor 90mm f/4.5 lens and Fuji Velvia 50 slide film. I used a LEE 2 stops ND Graduated filter. Aperture was f/22 … Continue reading
“Panoramic” is a short video I did a few years ago at Meteora, GREECE. I wanted to see how the Nikon D800E would compare against my Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera. I took a few photos with the Gaoersi and the … Continue reading
A panoramic photo of Mornos Lake at Greece. Image taken with a Fotoman 612 panoramic camera with Nikkor 90mm f/8 SW lens and Kodak Portra 160NC film. ©2017 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved. Prints of my photos are available … Continue reading
A night shot of a lit tower. Image taken with Sony a7s and Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 lens, a panoramic stitch of four images. ©2017 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
(Image taken with a Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera). (c)2016 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved
Three images for today’s post taken with the Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera and Kodak Portra 160VC film. (Gaoersi 617, LEE ND GRAD 0.6 soft filter,polarizer filter) Despite being to able to create multi megapixel photos (including panoramic) with the Nikon … Continue reading
Image taken with my Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera, Nikkor 90mm f/4.5 SW lens and Ilford Pan F plus film. Shot at f/32 aperture. Development was done with R09 developer. It is cheap and creates sharp negatives but there is too … Continue reading
Panoramic photography is a great way of presenting a landscape. Anything above the 2:1 ratio can be considered as a panoramic photo. Back in the days of film there was the wonderful Hasselblad XPAN for 35mm format, and then the … Continue reading
An image taken with there iPhone 5s using the panoramic function. A great and fast way to create on sight a panoramic snapshot. (c)2014 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.