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My last contribution- check out these sites- I don't see any reason it can't work in a brownie. //lubitel-resource.tripod.com/links.html (then scroll down to 'Undercover 35') www.geocities.com/nitelitephoto/12035.html www.theverb.com/holga/experiment.htm www.theverb.com/holga/modification.htm www.panix.com/~reynolds/photography/35mm/panoramic.html
-- Mike Le Fevre (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 13, 2001
Why not just print from the centre section of a 120/620 negative? It's not as if you're achieving any wider angle coverage by using narrower film ... and you'll still have the original neg should you wish to make a full-frame print in the future. Much like APS "panoramic" mode, this is an optical illusion, except you won't have the advantage of a (relatively) accurate viewfinder to ensure your framing is good.
-- Chris Eve (email@example.com), May 15, 2001.
You get a visual effect with the sprocket holes. Which looks cool.
-- Mike Le Fevre (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 15, 2001.
sorry, of course you won't have a tryptich, but wouldn't it be nice if you could?
would be nice to combine 35mm frams with the stretch of fim on photoshop perhaps. b.
-- Rebecca Coghlan (email@example.com), June 05, 2001.