Austin Calendar, Deluxe Wall, Michael Macgregor Photography
This Austin calendar for 2006 features beautiful photographs by Jack Puryear. Puryear has conceived a new method of panoramic photography he's named Photo-Assemblage. The process is a method of composing multiple digital frames and assembling them on the computer.
You might notice that some elements of the composition line up while others do not. This is because the perspective changes as the camera pans thru itís sequence of photos. Usually one element can be aligned and the others must fall wherever they may.
The transition between frames is not hard-edged, but softened with a diffuse glow which intrudes into the images in a triangular pattern. Each frame has itís own unique content while the overlapping regions provide cohesion to the image. The process closely adhers to human vision in that we are able take in most of a 180 degree scene but only able to interpret a much narrower field of view. This 2006 Deluxe Wall calendar was published by Michael Macgregor Photography.
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