This is not the first time I’ve used the panorama feature in the iPhone camera. But something like this happened that first time. And when it did I was perplexed and annoyed. So I tried again; failed and again and again and… you get the idea. Eventually I got my perfect panorama image. And I found I missed the random, abstract failures. Now when I use the panorama setting, I’m annoyed when it works as it is supposed to. I want the weird result, and not just accidentally. I strive to create these images purposefully to achieve a varied series of abstractions.
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