Search for Editors' Picks You can now search for Editors' Picks and see the list of all of the very best 360Cities panoramas in one place. This allows linking to awesome content of certain types (e.g. underwater panoramas) or by a particular author. Try to invent your own searches for interesting content! Your profile appears as the first result … Continue reading Just Launched on 360Cities: Search Editors’ Picks, Names First in Search, Language Selector and New Links on Homepage
Panoramic photo by Andrea Carlin | lanube360. Click the image to open the interactive version. Aerial view of Santiago. You can see some attractions in the city including: Mapocho River Cerro San Cristobal, Andes Mountains, financial district, and so on.
This is Part 2 of the 360° underwater panorama tutorial series by Richard Chesher. Read Part 1. A new installment will be published every Friday, so watch this blog! Color bias, limited visibility, and low ambient light Sea water, even when it is tropical clear, is an unforgiving light filter. By the time you are 4 meters deep … Continue reading Underwater 360° Panorama Photography Tutorial: Part 2 – Color bias, limited visibility, and low ambient light
360° panorama by David Rowley.Click the image to open the interactive version. In image taken from the top of Thring Rock, a landmark which can be seen while travelling on the Canning Stock Route
Panoramic photo by Arroz Marisco. Click the image to open the interactive version. Without doubt this modest ho(s)tel boasts one of the best view in the world - situated above the now defunct Shyangboche airstrip which once was used to seeing air traffic from Kathmandu it commands a panoramic view of the confluence of three … Continue reading Nepal: The Hotel with the Most Wonderful View
The golden comics rule of left-to-right reading of bubbles is difficult to apply on 360° panoramas. Therefore you might want to start reading here. Panorama taken during a 360° panorama workshop in Dubai by rosspisvena.
This is a guest blog post by Richard Chesher, one of the most interesting 360Cities photographers, and a friend of the 360Cities team. Richard has been an active professional photographer for more than 50 years and has been published in National Geographic Magazine, Sports Illustrated, the Encyclopedia Britannica and hundreds of books and magazines, and is an … Continue reading Underwater 360° Panorama Photography Tutorial: Part 1 – Selecting and Protecting The Camera