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panorama photography is an increasingly liked feature of modern digital cameras and smartphones. they allow the simple panning of vistas while the camera automatically records images and stitches them to create a seamless panoramic image.
using the panorama mode on a digital camera makes it possible to record sequences of images where stitching does not work perfectly. to achieve this, the photographer has to move at a certain speed or move the camera in a special way, thus performing and no longer simply photographing. the city then becomes a staged scenery with canvas and props. the final images show these sceneries with cracks and rifts – shifting what we percieve as the urban reality and disturbing the urban fabric. (click on image to see full size panorama!)

johannes rigal

(urban) photography & art
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