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Old Oct 4, 2002, 7:53 PM   #11
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Again, Ward, thanks for the compliments. I do
enjoy the challenge of trying to get these panos right Actually, I've been thinking of putting together some panos around the city, including some street-level panos in Chinatown, Times Square, etc, and trying to peddle them to a publisher for a "Panoramic New York" type book.

Yup, I looked at the highlight beaming off my high forehead, and I guess that's what you mean! But the alternative to getting old is much worse

Does the stiff brim get in the way when you shoot?
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Old Oct 5, 2002, 1:46 AM   #12
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how you guys post your picture on your post?
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Old Oct 5, 2002, 4:44 AM   #13
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You have to have your image on a website, such as

www.pbase.com

You then copy the URL of your image on pbase. Then click on the 7th button from the left (Looks like a trumpet with a flag haning from it, with a mountain and a sun, I guess.)

When the window comes up, paste your image's URL into the space provided. Make sure that you don't end up with the http part repeated. Then, add .jpg at the end of the line. Click on Preview, and you will see if it worked.
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