I bought a Vermeer panorama pinhole as a treat to experiment with super-wide shooting. It has a curved plane and shoots roughly 6x17cm negatives, so you only get four shots per roll of medium format. It is f300 and has a threaded filter ring for easy attachments of color filters. I had no real sense of what I was shooting in terms of what would be in the shot, but guesstimated. I used a gorilla tripod to get low on one shot and to prop up on a stone wall and embankment. The first shot was to get a sense of how wide the camera shoots.
I did crop these to 6×17 but the actual negatives a little wider than that (my guess is around 6×18). I did not have to do any level adjustments. I shot on Ilford Pan F 50, used a yellow filter for all shots and developed in Rodinal 1+100, semi-stand. Most exposures were about a minute and I used Pinhole Assist.
I am pretty happy with how these came out, though in the low road shot I had stood in the shot for about half time, hoping to create a ‘ghost’ image. It must not have been long enough to register. The last shot has some cool plant with the sun streaming through on the right side.