I started 360 degree panoramics in January 2009, just in time for a trip to Chile and Argentina. We visited mostly the southern parts of the countries including the lake districts and Patagonia.
In April 2009 I spent a week touring some amazing US National Parks including Bryce, Zion, Arches and Mesa Verde, lots of fantastic panorama opportunities!
My equipment includes a Canon 40D, Nodal Ninja 3 panorama head and PTGui software.
Find out more at www.neilparris.com
I was born in Milan, Italy, in December 1967.
In 2019, I moved with my family to Lovere, a beautiful medieval village (although its earliest historical traces date back to a few decades before Christ, with a necropolis found beneath the current football field of the Oratory) on the western shore of Iseo Lake, just a few steps away from Val Camonica.
I love music, photography and art in general, and whenever I can, I enjoy traveling!
For a few years now, I have been experimenting with immersive photography, aiming to showcase the beauty of our territory and share it online.
My Full name is Nasir Ashraf. I belong to Tehsil Burewala; a small city of Pakistani Punjab where I grew up and studied till Graduate level in Govt. College Burewala. I'm fond of Traveling, Photography and taking keen interest in natural environment…I did M.Sc. in Geography and specialized my skills in Satellite Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS). My Geography studies endowed my interests and hobbies. I’ve been travelling about the Northern Areas of Pakistan mostly; some of those are “Kaghan Valley, Naran, Shogran, Siri, Paye, Kich, Lalazar, Gilgit, Hunza, Khajurab, Skardu, Sadpara Lake, Aansoo Lake, Saif-ul-Malook Lake, Kalam valley, Mangora, Abbotabad, Mansehra, Bahrain, Malam Jabba, Kachora Lake, Ayubia National Park, Deosai National Park, Lake Mahodand, Besham, Chilas, Dasu, Pasu Glacier, Matlatan, Oshu Valley, Azad Kashmir, Nanga Parbat 8126m and many more…” I’ve also travelled to each and every 36 District and all Tehsils even to the rural areas of Punjab for GPS Surveys, Photography, Environmental Impact Assessment Reports etc. Subsequently after my University studies in February 2008 I joined “Geo-Research” an Earth engineering company in Lahore as RS/GIS Officer, I worked there more than 1 year and joined Islamia University Bahawalpur as GIS Analyst in Department of Geography and visiting Lecturer RS/GIS/GPS. Im working with JEC a well known Engineering Consultancy Group in Lahore.
GIS Expert JEC, Lahore, Pakistan
Cell # +92-333-6994455
Inspiration means being "In Spirit". I have been blessed that my work consists of capturing a single moment of time, while being "In Spirt" and can share the complete location with the world within mere hours.
This is truly a magnificent time we live in.
Bill Salisbury started 360View.com in 1996 providing virtual reality images and object vr's in San Diego California and the US.
He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah then moved to Phoenix, Arizona. where he graduated Devry University with a degree in Electronics and Computer Science. He moved to San Diego Ca. in 1981 after graduation, and commenced a 12-year career with medical diagnostics computer manufacturing companies. He was promoted from an electronics test tech to lead supervisor overseeing the daily activities of 12 test technicians and he worked as a systems integration engineer manufacturing $2 million Neuromagnetometers. Mr. Salisbury has been shooting professional video and photography for the last 20 years.
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With the experience of assisting ANILKUMAR K. south india's best advertising photographer now doing fashion, advt & industrial photoshoots.... with specialized TILT & SHIFT lenses for archetectural and product shoots...
Some of the works done:
Abad hotels, Style Plus TVRM, Rayan Kollam, Land Link Builders Plkd, Lemignon Fashion, Elite Food Products, Lukmance fashion portfolios since 2010 jan, coir board, ramada resort, coconut lagoon kumarakam, chiriyankandath jwells, avathar gold international, ebenezer, ajay & co, ITL tours and travels, kodher house, halel co-operation and mach more...
SOME advt. CAMPAINS ASSISTED:
BHIMA, JOSCO, FRANCIS ALLUKKAS, ALAPPATTU HERITAGE, ALAPPATTU GOLD...EMMANUEL SILKS, PULIMOOTTIL SILKS, SEEMAS WEDDING GALLERY,ALLIED FASHION, BITS INDIAANA, KHANS WEDDING CENTER, KALYAN KENDRA....RADIO MANGO....EASTERN - AVT- ANNS, GROVES,...KERALA TOURISM.... PANCHAKARMA BOOK ON AYURVEDA....SKY ROCCA GRT YERKADU, SUNWAY PONDI, THE PAUL BNG, TRAVANCORE HERITAGR CHOVVARA, YESTUARY ISLAND POOVAR, SAMUDRA KOVALAM , MUSCUT TVRM, KUMARAKAM LAKE RESORT, BOLGATTY COCHIN, LAKE PALACE THEKKADY, AARANYA NIVAAS THEKKADYM, PERIYAAR HOUSE, TEA COUNDY MOONAAR............AND MANY MORE..................
I was born in Switzerland back in 1946 and inherited my father's dedication (addiction??) for photography. I am grateful for this 'genetic endowment' because it opened my eyes for the beauty of this world.
My life-long dream to live in the USA became true in 2008 when we finally were lucky winners in the 'Green Card Lottery'. Now we're living in North Salt Lake, Utah where the world is even more beautiful than anywhere else, at least in my eyes ;-)
Humans have this extraordinary sense of sight to see the world, not only in a wide angle perspective but in 'panorama mode'. So I was never happy I had to use the 2:3 format to show the beauty of our world. Therefore I created my first panos back in the 80-s, back then using paper, scissors and glue. The first digital 360° single row pano I took about 2002 on top of our home in Liechtenstein using a 1 MegaPixel HP Camera. What a progress, no more glue, no more scissors!
Some years ago I walked right into the '360Cities-trap'. I was not only flabbergasted, I immediately knew that's how I wanted to express myself. So I started at the very bottom of the learning curve and was lucky enough to get in contact with John Austin Roberts who was a great mentor for me. I have to give my sincere thanks to him. And thanks to all members of our community for the inspiration.
Hi, One day I discovered 360Cities in the Gallery layer of Google Earth. What was this? Wow, this is cool. I wanted to learn how to make them myself and so began the exciting journey of learning all about shooting panoramas, stitching, and finding out how to get them on Google Earth.
Living at the eastern edge of the Great Basin in Utah I noticed that there were not many panoramas out west of I-15 in Utah all the way over to Reno Nevada. A few shots were in the mountains in Nevada by a fellow in Salt Lake City but other than that it was empty territory with all kinds of interesting places to take photos. This was a good excuse to start exploring these areas to take panoramas that could be shared with everyone on Google Earth.
Other areas of the world are well represented in 360Cities and as a way to show thanks to the other 360Cities photographers that have taken time to shoot their parts of the world, I decided that I would try to do my part by taking photos in the areas in the western United States that don't as of yet have any panoramic photos.
Panoramio photos (photos in the default layer in Google Earth) are interesting but don't give the feeling of being at that location like a well shot 360 panorama does. I use Panoramio as a tool to locate interesting areas for 360 panorama shots. A greater concentration of photos = an interesting area to be considered for a 360.
Its fun to study the maps and Google Earth, find some areas to shoot, learn the history about the area, take the photos, stitch and try to perfect the image, and then share the image on 360 Cities and Google Earth.
I hope you enjoy the photos, and if you have any comments feel free to contact me at:
In the north-western part of Poland, where the Odra river lazily continues its journey into the Baltic Sea and where you can find the alluring open spaces of Lake Dabie, lies a charming city, fuli of greenery. Here, the past intertwines with the present. That city is Szczecin - once a proud seat of the House of Griffins, a dynasty of Pomeranian dukes, and today -a metropolis, teeming with life, offering a whole archipelago of tourist attractions to its visitors.
Szczecin is fuli of surprises, magical places, it offers unique experiences. Just open your eyes and listen to its heartbeat... Stand in the shadow of its City Hali, sit down for a minute in the Castle courtyard, look up into the sky at the base of the Szczecin Cathedral, with its tower spire reaching high into the clouds. Watch the panoramic view of the city from the 22nd floor of a modern office block, and then visit the underground tunnels. Take a walk the forest line, swim across the lakę... Visit Szczecin - discover a city that will leave you with a thousand fond memories.
In order to learn something about the city's long and rich history, it's best to take a walk along the City Tourist Trail. This seven-kilometer-long walk will lead you through the most interesting corners of Szczecin and allow you to visit 42 sites that bear testimony to the city's colorful history. The trail itself is easy to follow - marked by a noticeable red line on the sidewalk - you simply can't miss it! So go on, take a walk along the Chrobry Ramparts, visit the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle, see the Szczecin Cathedral with a viewing deck located on the tower spire, discover birthplace of Tsarina Catherine. You may begin and finish this sightseeing tour wherever you like, but in order to learn about the fascinating history and fully appreciate the cultural diversity of the streets and buildings in Szczecin, it's really worth seeing all that the City Tourist Trail offers.