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Native American (Indians of 1916) moving again

This antique photograph appears to be of a Native American tribe of "Indians", several with suitcases, evidently being moved (again?), and marked as originally photographed in June of 1916 (over 100 years ago). 

In this experimental test (faux 360° fully-spherical panorama), I have manipulated the damaged original (with Photoshop, PTGui and Pano2VR) to appear as if they were circled tightly around the photographer. 

This was posted under the designation heading offered, "Out of this World", due to the facts that this was not a photo of my taking (and I couldn't make out the photographer's name under one of the suitcases) and that this place likely no longer looks familiar in our timeframe (someone years ago suggested they thought they were a tribe in the middle of some California hills, but I truly do not know). I trust any copyright has been dropped and this is therefore in the public domain, or at least in "fair use", and it has been over 80% altered in various ways.  ;) 

The extended sky and foreground were quickly faked in just for this first experiment. The reason I am TESTING the idea, is that I would like to ask the local museum if I might digitally scan local area panoramas to allow Google Cardboard (and other viewers) to get "inside" the Lake Chelan area as if about 100 years ago. 

After posting this photo-sphere as an example of what I wish to eventually create, the Lake Chelan Historical Society may have a better understanding of what I would like to build. Then next year, I may be allowed to use a few antique horizontal panoramas from the digitally-scanned collections at the Lake Chelan Museum (and elsewhere) to build a wider circle with old Chelan area hills (including the Chelan Butte) and hopefully a few Native Americans from the region to be pasted into the foreground somewhere with their horses, 
perhaps with local-style tipis behind, etcetera .. and blend them all together in Photoshop. 

Maybe there were no buffalo (American Bison) in this part of the country (although I have a copy of an old pano with a small herd), but that would be fun to do with a plains tribe later too.

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Copyright: Timothy Oldfield
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 22/08/2016
Uploaded: 12/10/2016


Tags: native; american; western; indians; photo; sepia; antique; old; faux
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