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Panorama Photos

Posted by bean_counter_z4 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 6, 07 at 11:56

I have a couple panorama photos that I really like but don't know what to do with. I can't find anyone that does prints anymore, not even online. One is a stitched together photo of the river bank that is really big, the other is a smaller one of my farm. What do you with your panoramas?

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I print my own photos. Have never printed one wider than 19 inches, but the printer is supposed to make them longer(wider), if I can get photo paper that is longer(rolled).

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Thanks Kt. I'll check out the Epson printer. That may be the only way to go with odd sized prints.

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Haven't done much with the few pans I did...they weren't half as nice as yours...that is excellent!


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