You don't need to have a costly panorama camera either. Many members use the Hasselblad X-Pan or 6x17 cm wide angle cameras from Linhof or Fuji.

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If you take wide angle photographs or panoramic pictures you ought to join the IAPP.

Now that digital panorama cameras are becoming more available the IAPP is moving with the times. Nonetheless the prime focus is on traditional wide angle and historical panorama cameras which use film. However if you are still using a darkroom but would like to learn more about the advantages of digital panorama photography, the IAPP is a good place to start.

The International Association of Panoramic Photographers welcomes beginners as well as pros.

I have attended IAPP meetings and found them worth the trip. When the FLAAR Photo Archive inaugurated a panorama photography course in Guatemala, many members of IAPP kindly sent information and even JPEG digital images of historical panorama cameras so we could have informative PowerPoint presentations.

Nicholas at IAPP showing his panos, Atitlan Lake Nicholas at IAPP showing his panos
Nicholas Hellmuth lecture at IAPP International Association of Panoramic Photographers

The web site of the IAPP is www.panphoto.com. To join and get the informative magazine, e-mail IAPPsecretary@panphoto.com

Is you wish to see the digital panoramic photographs of Guatemala by Nicholas Hellmuth, you can see them on our digital photography site here.

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