5 Frames… On a panoramic-mod Zeiss Ikonta 521/16 and Rollei Retro 400S (EI 4200 / 120 Format) – by Pablo Olvera

5 Frames… On a panoramic-mod Zeiss Ikonta 521/16 and Rollei Retro 400S (EI 4200 / 120 Format) – by Pablo Olvera

I have an obsession with panoramic photos and the cameras that take them. Walk into a museum or historical exhibit and chances are you’ll find a panorama; often impossibly long and expertly taken by masters of the past. Often there’s a bigger opportunity for unintended scenes, objects, people, and situations to be captured in time. Finding these candid moments are just one of the many things I love about the format.

After shooting dedicated panoramic cameras with swing lenses, and using 35mm film with 120 adapters to expose it in 6×4.5, 6×6, 6×7, and 6×9 format cameras I had a realization.

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I have an obsession with panoramic photos and the cameras that take them. Walk into a museum or historical exhibit and chances are you’ll find a panorama; often impossibly long and expertly taken by masters of the past. Often there’s a bigger opportunity for unintended scenes, objects, people, and situations to be captured in time. Finding these candid moments are just one of the many things I love about the format.
After shooting dedicated panoramic cameras with swing lenses, and using 35mm film with 120 adapters to expose it in 6×4.5, 6×6, 6×7, and 6×9 format cameras I had a realization.
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