|Cory Lum with a hexomniscope camera|
By using a hexomniscope camera, Cory captured some amazing photographs that you can see below in this article. The hexomniscope is a handmade camera, made from a solid billet piece of aluminum by maestro at Abelson scope works, Massachusetts, US. It's an all metal six-pinhole roll film camera producing 360 degree panoramas. The camera uses 120 roll film, 4 shots on a roll with an aperature of about f/180 or so. You can find out more infomation about the hexomniscope camera here.
More of Cory Lum's work on his website, blog and Flickr photostream.