Gettysburg: The First Luminaria Panoramic Photo by James O. Phelps
Virginia photographer, James O. Phelps brings the Gettysburg Battlefield to your home with a 360-degree panoramic photo of the Gettysburg: First Luminaria at the Soldiers' National Cemetery.
Phelps' interest in 360-degree panoramic photography goes back 30 years, to his time as a student in the School of Architecture at the University of Minnesota. In 1996, James took his first true panoramic photograph near Devil's Den on the Gettysburg National Military Park Battlefield. Since that time, James has honed his craft, focusing on breathtaking panoramas.
- 41 inches x 12 inches
- Kodak Endura Professional Photographic Paper
- Matted with four-ply acid-free white museum board
- Wood frame with a mahogany finish
- Mounted on 3/16 inch acid-free white foam core
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