South east view from the TÜV construction site in October 2016.Show on map
Hornbahn Bad Hindelang
This panorama has been shot with the Ricoh Theta S. I mounted it on a small monopd (aka selfiestick) and held it through the tiny roof hatch you can see on the panorama.
Cable Car Sulden
This panorama has been shot with the Ricoh Theta S. I mounted it on a small monopd (aka selfiestick) and held it through a small window in the gondola.
This image shows the Europaturm, a 337.5-metre (1,107 ft) high telecommunications tower in Frankfurt am Main.Show on map
Friedhof Nantwein in Wolfratshausen
This is an panorama taken with the Ricoh Thata S.
La Citadelle de Québec
This panorama has been taken from a high pole with the Sony QX-1.
The Horseshoe Falls is a part of the famous Niagara Falls. This is where the Niagara River drops around 50m (165 ft on the Canadian site) on its way to the ocean. The American Canadian border runs through the falls.
View from the SkyPod of CN Tower
With a height of 553.33 m (1,815.4 ft) the CN Tower is currently (June 2016) the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. The upper observation deck is located in the so called SkyPod, which is 447 m (1,467 ft) above ground. With an elevation of 447 m (1,467 ft) above ground this sphere is currently one of a kind in my portfolio, as I have never done a tower shot this high. It’s also unique in two other aspects. To date it’s the sphere with the highest resolution (32 k x 16 k pixel) and with the longest retouching time (about 20 hours to get everything perfect).
The final panorama consists of two hemispheres. The lower hemisphere, which was taken from the aforementioned SkyPod and the upper half which was taken from another spherical, which I took some years ago. These two hemispheres were blended together with Pano2VR and Photoshop. The 36 images for the lower hemisphere were taken in two rows.
Allen Lambert Galleria – Reprojections
Upon seeing the unique structure of Allen Lambert Galleria for the first time in a panoramaic image I wanted to take my own one. I tried to find a spot which is as centered in the structure as possible, because one of my goals was to create reprojections of the spherical image. Here are the results:
Kalvarienberg Bad Hindelang
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.