photographic panorama


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photographic panorama

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A continuous photograph or an assembly of overlapping oblique photographs that have been matched and joined to form a continuous photographic representation of the area.
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Eadweard Muybridge and the Photographic Panorama of San Francisco 1850-1880.
Photography played a significant part in the creation of them all, and several photographic panoramas were created during and immediately after the war.
In Corner of the Studio, 1993, they create complex overlapping patterns of receding and advancing planes: A black-and-white photographic panorama of the titular interior is interrupted by colored rectangles overlaid with inked impressions of plywood grain.
In each, recordings of background noise and snippets of conversation form a kind of "soundtrack" for a 360-degree photographic panorama, made up of seemingly discontinuous cells separated by invisible frontiers, which physically incarnate the signature isolation of Taylor-Wood's subjects.
I made photographic panoramas to capture the rich diversity of the community and to document the urban ecology.
Talented photographic artist Lawrence George Giles, pictured inset, has allowed the use of his large-scale photographic panoramas of Britain's 54 remaining pleasure piers for the exhibition, which runs until April 26.
In celebration of the survivors, photographer Lawrence George Giles, a course leader at Salford University, has depicted each one in a series of 54 massive photographic panoramas.
Ring suggests that photographic panoramas such as "Panoramic View of Old Edmonton," (1909) printed by Harly Press Ltd.
Photographic artist Lawrence George Giles has allowed his large-scale photographic panoramas of the country's 54 remaining pleasure piers to be exhibited at the Northeast's last remaining pier which was built in 1869 and named Pier of the Year in 2009.
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