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Digital Panoramics

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I made my first panorama on film, perhaps twenty-five years ago, when I came across a curve of the River Lea in the industrial wastelands of east London that seemed to me to beg for such treatment, as it curved around 180 degrees. Over the years I made a few more, but it was not until about a dozen years back that I really became hooked on them.
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