We've received a very interesting letter from Richard Chesher, one of the most dedicated 360cities.net members. It's a story about his journey to take a photo of the rare and endangered Cagou, Rhynochetos jubatus, in it's natural habitat. We've asked him if we could share the breathtaking story also with you, our readers, and he … Continue reading Guest Post: Unique Panoramic Photo of the Rare and Endangered Cagou Bird in Its Natural Habitat in New Caledonia
Jiri Kepka, the winner of the 360 Cities Gigapixel Treasure Hunt, has received the well deserved $1000 from us. After announcing the winner two weeks ago, we've exchanged a couple of emails with Jiri. About a week ago we asked him to send us a new photo of himself and to share some of his thoughts about … Continue reading “I spent like 5 or 6 hours in total” says Jiri Kepka, the winner of $1000 in our Gigapixel Treasure Hunt
John Gore published some fascinating panoramas from Gamalakhe Tintown in Margate, South Africa. From the panorama page, "This is a typical Tin House after which this area of Gamalakhe township got its name: Tin Town. Originally erected as temporary housing for these displaced people, these tin houses have become permanent residences for over 20 years. … Continue reading Tin House in Gamalakhe Tintown
Lots of people have been asking: how was this gigapixel panorama created? I promised to answer everyone's questions, so here we go... #1 by Rami Saarikorpi on December 18, 2009 - 10:33 am What kind of robotic device did you use? I have Gigapan, but I can not get my Mark II + 300mm to itI … Continue reading Prague Gigapixel – How was it created?
Jiří Kepka is the winner of the 360 Cities Gigapixel Treasure Hunt. Congratulations, Jiří! Jiří got 29 out of 30 questions correct. He was the first to do so. For those of you who missed it, we released the world’s largest 360 panorama and gave 30 clues which people had to find, and send to … Continue reading Jiri Kepka is the Winner