Photographer Mareen Fischinger invites you to see the world from her point of view. She takes hundreds of individual photographs of one subject all from the same perspective. Then, she creates semi-transparent layers that overlap onto themselves until they make a complete picture. She calls it panography.
“These are not panoramas in the normal sense,” Fischinger explains, “but more the result of a new kind of photography – one that captures the flow of time and the accompanying changes of scene on one surface.”