An old-fashioned film panoramic image, done on a Noblex camera. It has a rotating drum with the lens is mounted in it, and it’s rotation speed determines the effective shutter speed, and you set the aperture manually. No auto or program mode whatsoever. And it’s a real actual image taken in one single instant. These days of course, I would take multiple digital images, stitch and edit them into a final image. But that is not one isolated moment and the slight movement of the boats would make that process very complicated.