These panoramas were made in the heart of the Alentejo region in Portugal during a trip in October 2014. You can visit the vineyards of the Herdade do Esporao, the civil parish Monsaraz in the municipality of the Reguengos de Monsaraz, a Miradouro between Campo and Alqueva with a view over a hilly Alentejo landscape and finally, a dam near […]
Diese Aufnahmen sind am 29.09.2013 im Kölner Rheinauhafen entstanden. Der Link öffnet sich in einem neuen Fenster.
Yet another helpful tip for the open source fans in panography out there. This little tutorial focusses on creating high-resolution little planets with hugin. If you like to create so called little planets from your equirectangular 360° image, there is a way to do it open source. Surprisingly, the answer is: Hugin. Yes, you are right, hugin is a stitching […]
Last weekend I have been to the Netherlands to shoot the 4th stage of the European 5 Nations Field Series in Cadier en Keer, near Maastricht, NED. The venue is a limestone quarry, still in operation, which has been partly recultivated and thus provides a stunning site for a field parcour. Aside from days of shooting in this beautiful yet demanding field parcour I took the chance to shoot some 360° panoramas, too. The parcour in Cadier en Keer still has a lot more interesting views to offer than [...]
I know that my tutorials have an international audience, in fact, that was what I aimed for when I wrote them in English originally. Even though, I am still pleased as punch, every time I get some feedback from somebody far away. It's awesome to see how many people from all over the world have read my articles. Last year, a Brazilian photographer sent me images of his panohead he built basing on my construction. This time, a Latvian designer and photographer called Edgars sent me an epub version of the "Panoramic Photography Revealed"-series which he created for himself to be able to read the tutorials on his Kindle.
If you have an ebook reader youself you may want to try this version. I tried it myself on a kindle and it looks pretty good:
This article was originally posted on www.archeryimages.net on December 16th, 2012:
After 2010 and 2011, the third edition of the international indoor tournament "Berlin Open" was held this weekend in a snow-covered German capital. The tournament was fully booked and some very well known names in international archery were present, besides 4 Korean archers in the Women's Recurve division, that were sent by the main sponsor Win&Win. Two new records were shot, a new european record in the Men's Compound division by Mike Schloesser (598 points) and another world record for German cadet Carlo Schmitz, who topped his own world record with 594 points. He eventually won the Men's Recurve division and clinched his second win at an international indoor tournament after winning the Face2Face tournament in Amsterdam just one month ago.
I had the chance to shoot some 360° panoramas in and around the venue, so here is a set of 8 panos[...]
Diese Panoramen haben ich Anfang November in und an der Dreifachhalle des TV Roetgen geschossen. Roetgen ist eine kleine Gemeinde, die aus Aachener Sicht auf halbem Weg Richtung Rursee in der Eifel liegt. Roetgen bezeichnet sich daher auch selbst[...]