To shoot a panoramic photo, a photographer usually has to take several shots panning across an area. That way the camera captures bits in vertical rectangular slivers and internally composites them into a single wide image. However, to capture these panoramic photos Venice, California based artist Jay Mark Johnson kept the focus fixed in one position. By remaining still, the slit camera was forced to continually photograph the same area of space over a different course of time. As you browse the width of Johnson’s images (from left to right), you view the passage of time, instead of space. Without the use of Photoshop or other sources outside of the slit camera, stationary architecture and immobile objects are transformed into brilliant streaks of color.