These are a random collection of film photographs I have taken using a very unique panoramic camera, the Panon Widelux F7. Produced in Japan from 1979-1988. The camera captures it's distinct 140 degree field of view using a spring wound gear to pivot its 28mm lens. Light then passes through the aperture (f.2.8-f.16), then through a vertical slit "shutter", thusly only a very narrow vertical portion of the film is exposed at a time. You can see how this opens up a lot of wonderful opportunities to have fun with "dragging" light in the frame.