Box Brownie Panoramas are a series of unconventional landscape photographs presenting a world where the linear stream of time is fractured and overlapped amongst exposures; where past, present and memory form as one.

This photograph utilizes the basic function of a 1930’s box brownie film camera to create imagery through multiple, in-camera exposures inspired by the ambiguous and ever changing nature of the sky and its relationship to the landscape below.

There has been no manipulation done to this image, what you see is what is on the original negative, it is simply an original and experimental image making technique.

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Image detail: Gary Ramage