The Hub of Reykjavík

A nice view from the Hub of Reykjavík. This is a very busy location and I took multiple shots of each point so that I could mask a few people out of the pano. I like having people in my scenes, but I generally shoot 3 to 10 bracket shots for each camera position and I have not yet been good at moving objects in HDR images.

Copyright: Scott harper
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12616x6308
Uploaded: 11/08/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014


Tags: reykjavik; iceland; outdoors; hub; downtown
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