photographic panorama


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photographic panorama

A continuous photograph or an assemblage of overlapping oblique or ground photographs that have been matched and joined together to form a continuous photographic representation of the area.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Lidget Street acted as the main event hub, where people were taken on trails and had the chance to view a photographic panorama that was placed along the wall.
The show marked out the murky territory between space, sculpture, the photographic panorama, Conceptual work on paper, lists and statistics, and the artist's unconventional variant of narrative filmmaking.
In the art of this photographic panorama of creches the Art of God incarnate is duly reverenced.
A cross between a serial set of stereographic views and a linear, photographic panorama, stereopanoramas represented a spatially continuous scene as a series of stereographs.
Function III, the urban landscape as photographic panorama, until November 25.
This year's project, entitled Function III: The Urban Landscape as Photographic Panorama was inspired by the Barber's long-running coin exhibition, Cityscapes: Panoramic Views on European Coins and Medals.
But it is a welcome innovation in the sense that it restores Bessie Abramowitz Hillman to a photographic panorama that has far too long focused on male leaders to the exclusion of women, the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) to the exclusion of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACW), and New York to the exclusion of Chicago.
THIS latest Liverpool Daily Post & Echo book, Great Mersey Liners, is the first photographic panorama dedicated to Liverpool's world famous fleet of liners and companion volume to Mersey River.
Once hostilities had ceased, the French artists Leon Mehedin and Charles Langlois produced a photographic panorama showing the aftermath of the siege of Sevastopol, and this was later used in the creation of a highly popular panorama painting in Paris.
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