Shot with a 6m high pole.
Crocus in Luitpoldpark
This is a panorama taken with the Ricoh Thata S. It was just standing on the floor with a very small tripod.
Luitpoldpark Winter Meets Spring
Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event ‘Weather / Climate’
This panorama shows the effect the weather has on the environment. In particular it shows the impact of snow on the vegetation.
This is a panorama I blended from two individual panoramas. I shot the first one on 31st January 2015 and the second one almost two months later on 21st March 2015.
Shooting was done from an about 6m (20 ft) high pole. See me in action with the pole here.
See more panoramas of Luitpoldpark around the year using the tag Luitpoldpark on this blog. They were all taken from the same spot taken with the same pole during 14 months.Show on map
Bayernpark in November
This panorama has been shot from a 6m high pole using the innovative Sony ILCE-QX1 ‘camera’. I took on e image in each cardinal direction and an extra shot to get rid of my shadow. For a more detailed description of the camera and lens setup see this post from PanoTwin Jürgen.
Luitpoldpark in November
Luitpoldpark in October
Luitpoldpark in September
Luitpoldpark in August
Luitpoldpark in February
This is the first high pole panorama I shot with the Sony ILCE-7 camera and the Walimex Pro 8mm fisheye lens. The pole is about 5.5m or 18ft high. I used a custom made wireless remote adapter to trigger the camera.
Luitpoldpark in December
This is the first pole panorama I shot with the Sony ILCE-7 camera and the Walimex Pro 8mm fisheye lens. In order to use this lens on the camera I had to remove the sun shade. However this was quite easy, as it is made from plastic. I was able to remove it using a small side cutter and a cardboard cutter.