Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event ‘Travel’. I took it with a monopod mounted on a tripod and took four images with the Walimex 7.5mm fishe eye lens mounted on the Sony ILCE-QX1.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: ILCE-QX1
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1250
Focal Length (mm): 7.5
The Block Arcade is one of the tourst icons of the city of Melbourne. It was erected between 1891 and 1893. The panorama shows the central atrium of the arcade.
The sign at this geothermal attraction reads: This is the hottest pool in the park...
This panorama was stitched from five shots with the Sigma 8mm fish eye lens mounted on the Sony A700 on a double monopod construction.
Reprojected version of a panorama I made at the Streelife2011 Ex+Hop contest.
Skálholtdómkirkja is the icelandic term for 'Cathedral of Skálholt'.
...As I followed the trail I did several sphericals. The one I finally chose for the event shows a lovely spot near the old village center of Niederursel
a district of Frankfurt/M.
The upcoming event at the WWP
is named "history". As I'm a regular contributor I also wanted to contribute for this event.
The parish church in Tschengels was originally built in 1500. In 1600 a new baroque style side chapel was built. This side chapel is considered one of the most beautiful sacred baroque buildings of the Vinschgau Valley.
This weekend I built my remote control for my Sony NEX-7. So I was finally able to do a pole shot
with this camera. This is the resulting panorama.
Central atrium of the Block Arcade
Standing at Steaming Cliffs in Hell’s Gate geothermal
Wendelstein View Point Gacher Blick
Reprojected Streetlife Festival 2011, Ex+Hop Contest
Standing inside Skálholtdómkirkja (Iceland)
Following the Educational Trail
13 years of history in a single panorama
Protected: Team DIPF at the JPMCCC 2015 in
Parish Church Birth of the Virgin Mary in
Construction site of the European Central Bank