Bad Hindelang seen from Nusche
This panorama shows Bad Hindelang from the viewpoint Nusche, that’s just halfway to the urban district of Gailenberg. It is a sort of an experiment because it is one of my first hand held shots with the Sony NEX-5 camera using the 16mm pancake lens and the fisheye converter. I took eight pictures around, two zenith and two nadir shots. I took eight images, because with only a Philopod setup this is easier to shoot than only six shots around, which would give you enough overlap for the lens combination. The original equirectangular image had a size of 12000×6000 pixels.
Show on map
This panorama shows the view from near the summit of mount Baoleskopf towards the valley Ostrachtal.
A forest of cranes growing at the largest fair of the world.
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
This panorama in cylindrical projection shows the mountain ridge 'The Remarkables' near Queenstown in New Zealand.
This is a reprojected equirectangular panoramic image. The projection is "stereographic down".
From the 85m high tower of Munich's town hall you have a great view over the city centre. When you're lucky you can even see the Bavarian alps in the distance. The tower can easily be ascend via elevator.
This panorama shows Bad Hindelang from the mountain station of the Imberger Horn cable car.
Experiments with creating a cinemagraph.
Inside the Diana temple. Droste effect images of this location.
This panorama has been taken from the viewpoint in Munich's Olympic Park.
View over Oberjoch and Ostrachtal
Protected: Open Monday im Hackerspace-FFM
The Remarkables as seen from Deer Park Heights
Reprojected Telephone Booth Frankfurt
Munich Town Hall Tower South East Corner
Bad Hindelang Winter Panorama
Experimenting With a Cinemagraph
Reprojected Diana Temple Spiral
Olympic Park Munich Viewpoint in Winter