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The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran, has colour stained-glass windows which mixed with the painted tiles makes it one of the most beautiful mosques.
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Andrea is a freelance structural engineer, graphic designer and photographer. He is also investigating electronics, robotics and science in general. He says: “I love immersive photography because I think it's the best way to feel the emotion of being there, since 360° photography requires advanced and elaborate techniques and a lot of practice to find the optimal point of view."
Martin has lived around the world with his camera, working first as a designer and photographer, in southwest England, he then moved to London and ran a business there for ten years. In 1992 he left the UK and moved to Kenya. From there, he moved to Toronto, where he worked for a 3D animation company and started working with QTVR. Next it was to Hanoi, Vietnam where he lived until 2003. There followed stops in Ottawa, Canada, Jakarta, indonesia, back to Canada and finally to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania in 2012, where he now lives with his family.
Making panoramas like an expert requires some planning and lots of practice. But once you get the hang of it, you'll find that creating 360 degree views is addictive.
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