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Forest Wave is a sweeping forest panorama with blurs and swirls created by movement during a long exposure using my specialized Widelux 140 degree panoramic camera hand held.
A sweeping forest panorama with blurs and swirls created by movement during a long exposure with a panoramic camera. Data: Hand held Widelux 140 degree panoramic camera with its 26mm f/2.8 lens and Fujichrome Velvia ISO 50 film exposed f/11 @ 1/15
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*Please refer to FAQ for Returns and Damage Procedure* MY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: My Return Policy is Simple: 1-You may return the art piece for a full credit or refund (not including shipping). 2-You may elect to receive a free replacement of equal value. You may decide on a piece that is either less or more than the original purchase, you will be refunded or charged the difference (including shipping) as appropriate. 3-If the piece is returned in its original condition, you will receive a full refund upon delivery and inspection. If the piece is damaged in shipping to me, you will receive a refund after the insurance claim is filed. *Shipping fees are not refundable.* *Please refer to FAQ for Returns and Damage Procedure
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I was professionally trained in photographic archival procedures. I earned my photography degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester New York, home to the Eastman Kodak Co. I also met the requirements to become a Registered Biological Photographer. Archival stability is a criteria when I print a photograph or create a piece of art. At RIT photo science was a requirement and professors stressed archival standards with strict procedural guidelines from the beginning. Knowing archival methods as well as I do, I hold my print-on-demand technology to the same standards. *Please refer to ARCHIVAL MATERIALS under FAQ for details.
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