Contemporary panoramic photographs are only a middle section taken out of a larger image! This is a 6x12cm crop from a 4x5 transparency to avoid lens flare. Most "panoramic" cameras simply crop all your compositions, you lose the rest of the image.
Redgate Beach coastline Margaret River. Much of the coastline is characterised by outcrops of granite. A deep fissure creates a strong visual element in this composition.
A one shot processing technique for 4x5 velvia using tetenal E6 and optimal film chemistry capacity
I picked my way through the dunes towards the ocean, pausing frequently to absorb the view and perfect conditions. When I came to the mouth of the brook I made this image.