The week in Panoramas – July 16-23, 2010

Russia: 4000 sec on 4000 m height on mt.Elbrus via 360 Cities on 7/18/10 Panoramic photo by Ivan Roslyakov. Click the image to open the interactive version. This is VR spherical panorama exposed during 4000 seconds at night, on the 4000 meters height on a hill of the highest mountain of Europe, mt. Elbrus.Within one … Continue reading The week in Panoramas – July 16-23, 2010

Ride through the Kerala backwaters

Roger Berry, our intrepid adventurer who spends a great deal of time in India photographing tigers, elephants, and other animals, has a great set of panoramas from the backwaters of Kerala. He says: Alappuzha, also known as Alleppey, is a town in Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India. A town with picturesque canals, … Continue reading Ride through the Kerala backwaters

Get Vertigo from your desk with Tower Panoramas

One of the most wonderful applications for spherical panoramas is the ability to visualize a place - we all know that. The question for us panoramic photographers then becomes "what crazy place can I place the camera to let the viewer visualize a place where they could never possibly go?" The answer is often "the … Continue reading Get Vertigo from your desk with Tower Panoramas