UCR ARTS has a new website! Please visit us at https://ucrarts.ucr.edu This site is archived and will no longer be updated as of 2/22/22.

Getting the Big Picture

Devices from the Permanent Collection

California Museum of Photography

January 1, 2007 - January 1, 2008

The panorama photograph, immensely popular in the first half of the twentieth century, was usually taken in one of two ways: by keeping the camera stationary and moving the lens, or by immobilizing the lens and rotating the camera. The resulting picture usually displayed a wider field of view than was possible with conventional cameras. These devices illustrated in the gallery are assorted examples from the UCR/CMP collection.

UCR/California Museum of Photography, Gluck Fellows Program

Events in Focus