Gal Harpaz, Israel, 1971, is a photographer that uses polaroids to make his long and stretched images. Gal calls these images Polaramas which are several polaroids put together to make one image. Besides using this technique when travelling around the world, he also uses it on probably his most precious subject; his son Theo. His son is not only in many of his Polaramas, but also in a series called Theo-Roids where he documents the life of Theo. In his series Wood, he makes stories with polaroids, mounted on wood and laquered. The following images come from Polaramas: Los Angeles, Travel and Theo and from Wood.