Bought the 617 for paroramas, turns out for some reason the strongest images I am producing are the vertoramas. Lets see if I get it with panos down the road. I like the last two vertoramas in the smugmaug gallery the best.
The first one is the old Pennsylvannia Railroad Grain Elevator - a star location in Enemy of the State. A refuge for Smith and Hackman. Number two the phone booth, I have been shooting the same one since at least 2010, probably the best attempt so far.
Shot twelve to get seven. Lucky at that rate, blew one I would have liked to have seen. Also discovered film is pretty resilient stuff at least Ilford Delta 400 is. "Developed" a two roll batch for the full time in wetting agent then redid with the right stuffr. Worked out just fine — I wasn't optimistic.
Click on Jim's at the top to see the rest.