The upcoming event at the
WWP is named “history”. As I’m a regular contributor I also wanted to contribute for this event.
After a discussion with a friend of mine I decided to realize an idea which took shape in my mind quite some time ago. I wanted to integrate a picture which shows a historic point in time in a panorama which shows the actual scenery.
Here is the panorama of the actual scenery.
And this is the historic image I wanted to integrate.
Construction of MAIN TOWER. This image was taken 13 years ago on a black and white film.
combined panorama is hosted at the history event of the the world wide panorama. Show on map
This post shows a panorama of the subway station Candidplatz.
The german word Breitachklamm translates to "canyon of Breitach". "Breitach" is the name of the river, which cut this canyon into the rocks. The canyon is located near Oberstdorf in southern Germany.
Wilson Arch near Canyonlands National Park.
Panotwin Markus shooting the Munich subway station Westfriedhof with a double monopod setup.
The southern viewpoint at the Navajo Bridges.
This panorama has been shot with a 3m double monopod construction.
This is a reprojected equirectangular panoramic image. The projection is "stereographic down".
In the Lower Antelope Canyon.
This panorama is the result of 26 stitched images made with the Sony NEX-5 and the 16mm pancake lens. It is a test to be compared with the experiment I described in my last two posts.
A colorful subway station (Candidplatz, Munich)
In the Breitachklamm (a canyon near Oberstdorf, Germany).
Panotwin Markus shooting the subway station Westfriedhof for
Viewpoint at the Navajo Bridges
Frauenfriedenskirche (Frankfurt am Main)
World War I Ruins @ Stilfser Joch (2)
Reprojected Telephone Booth Frankfurt
Multirow Spherical Panorama made with the Sony NEX-5