Menno Aden is a German photographer who photographs rooms from above. These images are really interesting – the photos are made “as if the ceiling was removed”. While these are not strictly “panoramas” on first glance, they really are – I am guessing that the perspective created in these photographs is made by taking lots of photos (or maybe a single fiseye shot pointing down) and then remapping them into a conventional perspective.

Click the image to go to Menno’s website.

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  1. Phil Warner says:

    Easy. Attach the camera to the ceiling fan and start firing the continuous shutter. Voila!