This is a rendered stereo panorma.
This spherical panorama shows a wooden bridge near Nordpol in Bad Hindelang.
The shooting was done from with a monopod. Stitched from four images taken with a Walimex (Samyang) 7.5mm fish eye lens on a Sony ILCE-QX1. Four images around and an additional image for the nadir. The zenith was retouched by hand in post-processing.
This image shows a “Making Of” for the world wide panorama themed “Wood” in the 3rd quarter of 2017.
This spherical panorama shows a wooden bridge near Bruck in Bad Hindelang.
This spherical panorama was taken while standing inside the rotunda of Munich’s museum “Pinakothek der Moderne”.
This spherical panorama was taken at the construction site of “Newton München” in March 2017.
The long-distance train station at the airport of Frankfurt/Main is one of 5.400 train stations in Germany. It’s operated by the German railroad company Deutsche Bahn. The station went into service 1999. It measures approx. 700 m. in length, 50 m. in width and 45 m. in height. The station is divided into two main levels. The trains operate on the lower level, the passengers can change tracks and head to the airport via the upper level (distribution level). The large glass dome, which spans the distribution level is clearly visible in the panorama.
Outside the dome you can see The Squaire, which currently (2016) is Germany largest office building. It was built between 2006 and 2010 on top of the existing train station.
The shooting was done with a 3 meter (appx. 10 ft) pole to reach a more elevated viewpoint. The lens was mounted with a custom-made bracket. Stitched from five images taken with a Walimex (Samyang) 7.5mm fish eye lens on a Sony QX1. Four images around and an additional image for the nadir. The zenith was retouched by hand in post-processing.
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.