6x17 Panoramic Landscapes On Film By Zeb Andrews

Cameras: Reality So Subtle 141 Pinhole camera, Fuji G617
Films: Kodak Ektar, Kodak Tri-x

Zeb On Shooting Panoramas With Film:

“Why pano?  Because when these cameras sing, they sing. I admit, I struggled initially with the Fuji G617.  It is one of those cameras that inspires immediate camera lust, you just have to have one or at the very least, use one.  But it is a surprisingly tricky camera to work with.  Oh, not in terms of its mechanical function, that part is not so tricky.  The learning curve comes in learning how to slice the world up into 6x17 rectangles.  

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