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Arles 2014 : Claude Hudelot Collection


In China, one genre seems to prefigure the panoramic photograph: portraits of emperors or high dignitaries, alone or as a couple, then shown again with their descendents. These vertical ‘accumulations’ in the form of family trees are the ancestors of panoramas.  Western photographers first used panoramas to show landscapes like the bay of Hong Kong. The vogue for panoramas—presenting a school, a business, a political meeting—spread rapidly.

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