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4 verticals, handheld. M10r, 28 mm summicron. 

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On 7/27/2023 at 7:18 AM, irenedp said:

4 verticals, handheld. M10r, 28 mm summicron. 

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My old town, when we were kids we used to put a cigarette between the fingers of the statue. Living the other side of the world know. Thanks for posting!  

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Northern Norway, midnight sun behind the clouds. Two photos with the M10R + 50 APO stitched:

 

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Another pano from the Arakawa River, looking towards Tokyo. M10R + 50 Summilux, stitched

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Out on the south west corner of the Emerald Isle. M10R, Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MkII MC, handheld. 

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One shoot panorama ...

Leica M10M + 50er lux (crop 50 % less)

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another one shoot panorma ...

 

Leica M10-R + 35mm lux (crop 50 % less)

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one shoot panorama ...

Leica M10-R + 28mm Summaron (crop 50 % less), but the 40 MP sensor has enough reserves

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Foot of Old Fulton Street, Brooklyn

M10-P | Voigtlander 40mm f/1/2 Nokton | ISO 100 | f/4 8 seconds with 6xND - two-image merge

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3 images, from my hometown Skien, Norway

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M10, 35mm Summilux v2

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4 images

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And one even wider, from 4 images:

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Sensō-ji, Buddhist temple in Tokyo (M10 | Elmarit-M 24mm ASPH)

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Bridge over the Sumida River, Tokyo

Handheld, cropped, pano with the M10 Monochrom and 24mm Summilux ASPH

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A 2-shot, vertical pano of St. Mary's Cathedral in Tokyo

Taken with the M10R + 24 Summilux ASPH

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This was a 6 frame vertical orientation stitch with heavy overlap using my M10 and 35mm 1.4 FLE shot for a magazine article on Colorado Scenic Byways from Grand Mesa in the Fall of 2018. It ran across two pages as the lead image.

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