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Panoramic Perspectives, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Victoria

Panoramic Perspectives was a joint Exhibition of Panoramic Photography by Barney Meyer, John Warkentin and Natalie Blom held at the Brunswick Street Gallery in Fitzroy (an inner city suburb of Melbourne) Victoria, Australia.

This exhibition featured what we expect were some of the highest resolution and largest prints exhibited in Melbourne.


The suburb printing from the following vendors greatly contributed to the quality of the works on display:

Lab One in Perth
Bond Imaging in Melbourne
Fitzgerald Photo Imaging in Perth
Brilliant Prints in Brisbane

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Copyright: John Warkentin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 22560x11280
Taken: 30/03/2012
Caricate: 31/03/2012
Aggiornato: 28/03/2015
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