You Can’t Take a Great Panorama If You Stay In Your Room (Interview With Nick Spirov)

Jan: Today I'm interviewing Nick Spirov, a professional photographer at 360 Cities based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Nick, how did you get started with panoramic photography? Well, it has been quite a long road for me. Ever since the falling of communism in my country 21 years ago I have been putting my knowledge and expertise … Continue reading You Can’t Take a Great Panorama If You Stay In Your Room (Interview With Nick Spirov)

Grab The 360Cities.net PRO Account Badge

We have designed 360cities.net PRO account badges to help you easily and proudly announce on your website that you are a 360 Cities professional member. You have spent time with publishing panoramas to 360 Cities and contributed by expanding your business here and now it's time to be recognized as a PRO member of the … Continue reading Grab The 360Cities.net PRO Account Badge

360 Sphere Panoramas of Demonstrations in France

Here are some images from the current strikes, demonstrations and protests that are taking place in France over the Sarkozy government's proposed reforms to the pension system. These images are from Quimper, in southwest France, and were shot by 360 Cities contributor Dieter Kik. To view the images, press the play button and then drag … Continue reading 360 Sphere Panoramas of Demonstrations in France

The Rule of Thirds Does Not Apply In Panoramic Sphere Photography (Interview with Richard Chesher)

Jan: Today I'm interviewing Richard Chesher, a 360 Cities PRO member, who is a resident in Noumea, New Caledonia. He and his wife Frederique create and publish the Rocket Travel Guide to Vanuatu and the Rocket Travel Guide to New Caledonia (both with tens of thousands of distributed copies). He's also famous for his underwater panoramas on … Continue reading The Rule of Thirds Does Not Apply In Panoramic Sphere Photography (Interview with Richard Chesher)

Rush Hour Traffic In Jakarta

Martin Broomfield published a great panorama on 360 Cities recently. Martin's comments: "The traffic in Jakarta is legendary. In the rush hour, the roads become extremely busy. Local informal bus services alleviate some of the congestion. There are plans in the future to build a monorail across the city. The Dirgantara Statue, (Father of the … Continue reading Rush Hour Traffic In Jakarta