This portrait of Ralph Romaguera was made at Imaging USA 2014 in Phoenix as part of a convention class taught by John Hartman on panoramic photography. This image was a demonstration that panoramas can be made of people as well as of landscapes, and of course they can be made vertically as well as horizontally. The individual photographs were made on a Hasselblad H4D-40 with a 120mm f/4 HC lens at f/4@1/90 sec, and the resulting panoramic file was 17236x7269 pixels, which would make a 40" x 96" photo at 180 ppi. Thanks to Ralph and his entourage that made him look good (wife Cindy and son Ralph, Jr.). This portrait is hanging in PPA headquarters in Atlanta and will become part of their Past Presidents Collection. Thanks also to Eddie Hartman for shooting the video footage on a Panasonic Lumic GH3 with a 12-35mm f/2.8 lens.