This is from my 2019 calender either the May or the November page.
This stereogrpahic reprojection was generated from a spherical panorama I took at an arena polo event at the Munich Airport.
Munich Airport Arena Polo – Stereographic Down
See the interactive version
on 360 Cities .
Show on map Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: DSLR-A700 Exposure Time (sec): 1/750 F-Number: 6.7 Focal Length (mm): 8
Participants of the PanoTools Meeting 2010 on the first evening at The Treasury.
This panorama shows a nice viewpoint near the summit of mount Iseler.
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.
This panorama shows Split Point Lighthouse from the viewing platform near the cliff. The rock formation in the sea is called Eagle Rock.
This panorama was shot near the summit of mount Baoleskopf.
This panorama has been made near the summit of the
a popular mountain near Oberstdorf in the south of Germany.
Wilson Arch near Canyonlands National Park.
This central place in the heart ot Rotterdam is 12.250 square meters in size and has been opened to the public in 1996. The illumination consists of very large street lights, that even can be transformed.
This panorama shows a view from the terrace of the Roland Levinsky building.
This somehow weird looking rock formation is called Hvítserkur which translates to "white nightdress".
The Treasury Table Shot 1
Viewpoint near Iseler summit
Allen Lambert Galleria – Reprojections
Baoleskopf Viewpoint near the Summit Cross (Google Embedded
View from Nebelhorn to Hintere Entschenalpe
Schouwburgplein in Rotterdam; The Netherlands
Plymouth University Roland Levinsky Terrace
Hvítserkur – A Rock Formation in the Sea