John Warkentin says:
On the Tram in Melbourne
(if I do more of these I need to remember to shoot a set of “hand photos” to strip in later)
Big up to Bill Bailey for the hat!!
I have now put this pano online on my site in a simple tour. I put a little mirror ball where my hand was holding the Nodal Ninja Travel Pole.
This pano was shot at 8mm on the Canon 8-15mm in 3 frames (120 degree clicks) at 1/10th, F4 and ISO 1250 on a Canon 5DMk3
The tram was not moving at the time this was shot as it was at the “Town Hall” stop on Collins Street near Swanston St at the time.
I did attempt a pano at 13mm while the tram was in motion but I have yet to review the frames as I didn’t think they would work at the time I shot them.
The 8mm version I followed up with seemed to work (in my head at least) while I was doing the capture. I feel it did come together pretty well in the end.
I did have to use PTGui’s Viewpoint correction on one of the frames to help with alignment.
Jim Newberry says:
Recently finished an overhaul of my pano site; thought I’d share it. If anyone has problems viewing these, would be great to know which device/OS you’re using.
Virtual Tour/VR/360° panorama photographer, based in Los Angeles, California and available for assignments around the globe.
Zeljko Soletic says:
24 hour ago, Sai head, Solepole
Arnaud Villefranque says:
Gardens of #Tarbes Midi-Pyrénées France
Visite virtuelle des jardins Tarbes dans les Hautes-Pyrénées en Midi-Pyrénées
Nicholas Roemmelt says:
KISS OF THE SUN
Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the heart of the Dolomites, is on the very top of the bucket list of nearly every landscape photographer. The sunset we were witnessing two weeks ago gives the reason why. If you are searching a little bit you are still able to find some lesser often seen perspectives on the famous and very popular mountains.
Saroj Baniya shared Saroj Baniya‘s photo.
A winter morning Panoramic view of ancient city “patan durbar square Nepal (one of the “UNESCO World Heritage” sites in Kathmandu valley)”. On 25 April 2015 devastating earthquake hit Nepal & destroyed many historic monuments and lost many lives.. For High resolution image & more work: visit www.sarojbaniya.com