We have already started the early planning process for the next IAPP Conference in Charleston, SC. Stay tuned for more information.
Dave Orbock setting up his Panoramic Camera among Tent Rocks during the IAPP Santa Fe Conference Week
360 degree photo taken by Fran Gardino.
See conference page for larger view…
If you are a Gold or Silver Winner of the 2014 Epson International Pano Awards, then you are entitled to a free year of membership to the IAPP, International Association of Panoramic Photographers. To register with the IAPP, click on the “Join Us” under the “Membership” tab at the top of the IAPP Home Page. Then you will see a Membership Level titled “02b-Epson Silver and Gold Winner”. Click on that button, and then click on the “Next” button at the bottom of the page and follow-through with the registration. Also we want to showcase your winning images on the web site and in the new IAPP printed Journal, so please send jpg files of your winning images to email@example.com. 900 pixels wide will be good for the web site at this time. Congratulations on your winning images and welcome to the IAPP.
Date: October 8, 2014
Location: IAPP Panoramic Conference – Santa Fe, New Mexico
IAPP Business Meeting – Election of Officers
President –Dave Kutz
President-Elect – OPEN
Secretary – Fran Gardino
Treasurer – Tom Sheckels
Past President – Paul Speaker
BOD Members at large (4)
Kay Larkin (New Board Member)
Ray Pfeiffer (New Board Member)
Syd Moen (Board Appointed 10-28-14)
Registration open for 2014 Semi-Annual Conference of the International Association of Panoramic Photographers
This year, our conference coincides with the world-famous Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta! Come and see the sky filled with these Hot Air works of art and stay for the desert beauty. Join us while we explore the history of panoramic photography and the new trends in our field. Between informative seminars, workshops and shooting days, you will leave inspired, invigorated and ready to create more panoramic images.
Click here to register:
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Seitz 6×17, 160 megapixel Digital Panoramic Camera kit with D3 – 7,500 scan back (7.500 x 21.250 pixel images).
Cost £20,000 (+/- US $30,000) which represents 50% of new value.
Mint condition except minimal W&T on body frame. 90mm & 250mm Lens, Center Filter, 2 Spare Batteries & Chargers all in Waterproof Explorer Case. Lenses and Scan Back in absolute mint condition, no dust or anything. The D3 Scan back can be used on the Seitz Roundshot for 360 degree images.
Reason for sale is while the images are beautiful, there are 3 main reasons.
1. I want to take pictures ‘away from the car’, ie, you can-not take camping equipment with the Seitz equipment as it is just too heavy and bulky.
2. At 52 my knees seem to be getting ‘dodgy’ ie I can start feeling them getting painful if I carry heavy weights, especially up hill. (Weakest link in the chain as it were!).
3. I am getting more into workshops where Nikons etc are more suitable or relevant.
So when I look at the overall picture, I can find a smaller lighter camera, save my knees and not really loose any market in terms of print sales. Indeed the change would free me from the restriction of having just a 90mm and 250mm lens and allow me to shoot in more remote locations with a greater lens choice.
If serious, suggest communicate directly with me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
David Osborn, www.BritishPanoramics.com, London, UK.
My web site contains images, contact information etc.
Please contact me for more detailed information etc. Regards David.
If you attended the Everett conference, presented a topic, or submitted prints to the exhibition, you are eligible to receive IAPP merits toward your Service Awards and Master/Craftsman Photographer Degree. Fill out this form online or download the Master/Craftsman and Service Report form.
IAPP Panoramic Convention Print Contest
Framed or mounted images will not be shown. The following specs are recommended (and may not be exceeded, due to space limitations):
- For regular panos from ﬁlm panoramic cameras and stitched panos from digital cameras, the maximum size is 44″ on the long side & 14″ on the short side, a 4:1 ratio. Prints must have a 2″ white border all around, so the actual maximum image area will be 40″ x 10″ on 44″ x 14″ paper. Other ratios may be used, but must be a minimum of a 2:1 ratio or greater, with the aforementioned maximums of 44″ on the long side and 14″ on the short side, including the margins.
- For multi-row stitched panos whose aspect ratio is greater than 1:4 (including Gigapans), Little Planet and VR style images, the maximum size is 44″ x 44″ including the obligatory 2″ white margin all around, making the ﬁnal image area 40″ x 40″, maximum.
Burgundy is one of 27 regions of France. Chalon-sur-Saone, the city of the IAPP June meeting and exhibit, lies in the southern part of the region. Besides being the center of a large wine-growing area, it is birthplace of Joseph Nicephore Niepce, considered by many to be the father of photography. In Chalon, the museum, Hotel des Messageries, houses old and modern artifacts of photography, along with 2 million photographs…
If you cannot log on, this is a member perk! Consider joining!