Porto, 360º view from the Torre dos Clérigos
Copyright: Atila Bezdan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9378x4689
Uploaded: 08/02/2013
Updated: 02/03/2014


  • Atila Bezdan over 1 year ago
    This was not much more complicated than making a regular 360º panorama. I was walking around the observation deck at the top of the tower and took 7 shots, hand held, wasn't using any tripod or panoramic head. That's it, nothing more. Because of the height of the tower it looks like I was hovering, but obviously I was not :)
  • dany over 1 year ago
    Como é que tirou esta foto? Parace que a camera estava a pairar no céu.
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