Stefan Zander is a photographer specialized in creating high definition virtual tours, interiors, exteriors and food photography for the travel and hospitality industries.
Based in London, UK he has shot locally and abroad with clients such as Taj Hotels, Intercontinental, Park Plaza, Radisson, Park Inn, Art'otel.
Cascade Raft and Kayak-the first and largest raft company on the Payette River-invites you to experience Idaho river rafting at its best. Located one hour north of Boise in the pristine Boise National Forest, we offer a rare combination of spectacular scenery and amazing whitewater. Whether you want a wild ride or cool float, we have the perfect western adventure, even for the time-pressed traveler.
Our acclaimed whitewater company attracts the cream of the crop in staff from around the world. Each department is dedicated to providing the highest quality rewarding river experience for all of our guests on the Payette River. Our staff specializes in personalized service and unforgettable, safe, outdoor experiences. From your first contact to your last good-bye, our goal is to help you relax and enjoy. Cascade Raft and Kayak is proudly owned and operated by the Long family. After years of whitewater adventuring together, this family loves it more than ever. You’ll feel the pampering and professionalism come through in all the details of your trip, thanks to Tom and Debbi’s decades of hospitality experience. Their sons Kenneth, Chad, and Tren-and their wives, Anne, Krista, and Linzie-all are avid whitewater enthusiasts who add youthful exuberance and contagious passion for river-adventure fun.
Our acclaimed whitewater company attracts the cream of the crop in staff from around the world. Each department is dedicated to providing the highest quality rewarding river experience for all of our guests on the Payette River. Our staff specializes in personalized service and unforgettable, safe, outdoor experiences. From your first contact to your last good-bye, our goal is to help you relax and enjoy.
Cascade Raft and Kayak is proudly owned and operated by the Long family. After years of whitewater adventuring together, this family loves it more than ever. You’ll feel the pampering and professionalism come through in all the details of your trip, thanks to Tom and Debbi’s decades of hospitality experience. Their sons Kenneth, Chad, and Tren-and their wives, Anne, Krista, and Linzie-all are avid whitewater enthusiasts who add youthful exuberance and contagious passion for river-adventure fun.
The Municipality of Chersonissos comprises of the coastal area and the inland mountainous province. The main income source for people in the coastal area is the tourism industry. Tourism infrastructure includes high-quality hotels and accommodation businesses; blue flag awarded beaches and water parks, golf course, emergency medical centres and well-equipped congress facilities.
The Municipality of Chersonissos was formed at the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the following 4 former municipalities, that became municipal units: Episkopi, Gouves, Chersonissos and Malia
Tourist attractions include intact landscape, picturesque villages, agricultural museums, animal farms, cultural tours, ancestral pathways and a number of historical monuments and sites. Main archaeological sites include the Minoan Palaces of Malia and Amnissos (the summer Palace of King Minos) the Archaeological sites of Niros, Karfi (Minoan refuge) as well as ambiguous antiquities from the Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine era. Visitors are able to enjoy extreme leisure activities such as paragliding, water sports, bungee jumping, golf and mountain bike.
Retired Family Practice physician living in Eugene, Oregon with a vacation house in The Dalles, Oregon. My special interests are wildife, fishing, and outdoor photography. I am especially interested in the Columbia River Gorge and the high desert ecosystem of the Columbia plateau of eastern Oregon I call Wheatlandia. I have been making 360 Panoramas for 10 years.
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a Freelance 3D artist, Panoramic Photographer and Multimedia
Biography - A self taught photographer, born in 1980 to a true art loving family, grew up as a nature loving boy. Computer was rarely at homes during those days but luckily he had one. Experimenting is something he loves, internet is his Guru.
Worked as a 3D animator in Local feature films and Documentaries, never was tired of experimenting news dimensions. His latest is, going for virtual tours with his self made tripod gadgets. Proudly the First Maldivian who did a Virtual Tour, approved by 360cities.net. A young man with a great vision and a believer of Technology and its might.
Seit meiner ersten Digitalkamera beschäftige ich mich mit der Panoramafotografie. In den Letzen 10 Jahren hat sich viel getan und Panoramafotos werden immer spektakulärer. Das beste Kompliment was man für ein Foto erhalten kann ist wenn sich Zuschauer damit beschäftigen. Besuchen Sie doch meinen Panoramablog VRpix.ch
I am an amatuer photographer as it is a hobby and not a profession. My panorama goal is to shoot interesting landscapes without man made structures and in locations where the general public does not access. Occasionally, I will include a structure if it has significance with respect to the rest of the panorama.
Not really a business, just things I like to do and do pretty well. Photography, website development and bicyclung. I am no Lance Armstrong or George Hincapie, my photos have not appeared in National Geographic, yet. Nevertheless I get things done, pretty good. I start with bicycling. However I do not get paid for riding my bicycles. I get paid by doing a mix of the other things I like to do. Photography and website design. Cannot tell why my enjoyment and hobbies in life have come down to this list. If you can shed some light on it and/or need some help with any of the things that I enjoy doing, drop me an email or give me a call. Maybe we can take a bicycle ride and work it out.
Am Anfang war die Agfa-Box, dann kam die Agfa Isolette und ab und zu, als Leihgabe vom Vater, die Rollei. Nach eisernem Sparen endlich die ersehnte Leica 3f. Als ich dachte, an der Kamera und in der Dunkelkammer perfekt zu sein kam der Quantensprung. Die Digitalfotografie mit ihren unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten. Man lernt nie aus im Leben. Micha
A quick guide to the Wirral by Wirral360.com photographer.....Dave Hughes
The Wirral is a peninsula in North West of England bounded by the River Dee to the west and the River Mersey to the east. It is administered by Wirral Borough Council. If you have ever heard the famous song by Gerry Marsden "Ferry cross the Mersey" then i guess you could say we are cross the Mersey.
At the end of the twelfth century, Birchen Head Priory stood on a lonely headland of birch trees, facing open countryside and surrounded by the Mersey. It was from here, Merseyside's oldest building, that Benedictine monks operated the first Mersey ferry in 1330, having been granted a passage to Liverpool by a charter from Edward III.
The original ferry service, now famous throughout the world, put Wirral on the map as part of the King's highway, yet for centuries the peninsula remained a cluster of small holdings and hamlets. It wasn't until the 1820s that steam-powered boats improved communication and opened up Wirral's Mersey coast for industrialisation.
www.Wirral360.com aims to create many 360º virtual tours of the Wirral to show you the viewer how we live here on the Wirral.
I live in Castellón where I made my graphic work since 1984, almost always
around the media world, where I had responsibilities into three local media, EFE Agency and currently as a photographer"independent". Photographs spherical in 360º being my current project.
You can contact me at:
Besides photography I'm interested in Art and Architecture. My panoramas and photos attempt to combine both.
My pictures of old art and architecture and my panorama tours can be viewed on my page www.guelcker.de (in german).
Galleries of my photos can also be viewed on my SmugMug page. (in german)
(The young man above is an angel from Cologne and dates from the year 1170, but is a lot younger than me.)
Als engagierter Amateur wollte ich wissen, was man(n) mit einer Digitalen Kamera alles anstellen kann. Dabei bin ich unter anderem auf die Panoramafotografie gestoßen.
Dieses Gebiet hat mich so fasziniert, daß ich bei jeder sich bietenden Gelegenheit versuche, ein Panorama zu fotografieren. Nicht immer gelingt es, aber in den letzten Jahren sind einige Panoramen entstanden, für die ich eine geeignete Möglichkeit gesucht habe, diese zu präsentieren.
Mangels einer eigenen Webseite werde ich hier auf www.360cities.net meine besten Panoramas veröffentlichen.
Além de capturar imagens estáticas, sou particularmente atraído pela arte da fotografia em 360 graus.
Com esse meio, consigo ir além dos limites dos quadros tradicionais, proporcionando aos espectadores uma experiência imersiva que os coloca no centro da cena.
O meu objetivo é transportá-lo para o local onde a fotografia foi tirada, permitindo-lhe explorar e apreciar cada ângulo, cada detalhe, como se estivesse ali parado.
Schon in jungen Jahren habe ich immer wieder gerne fotografiert. Damals waren es noch „Analoge Knipsen“ und „Polaroid“, über Spiegelreflexkameras der Marke „Miranda“ und „Minolta“ bis zu den analogen „Nikon’s“. Dieser Marke bin ich bis heute treu geblieben und fotografiere seit Neueinführung der D70 mit einer kurzen Übergangszeit ausschließlich Digital.
Mittlerweile haben sich nun, stellvertretend für die analogen Gehäuse, div. digitale Gehäuse aus dem Hause Nikon angesammelt. Brennweiten benutze ich von 12-600mm, überwiegend aus dem Hause Nikon. Dazu gesellen sich Blitze aus dem gleichen Haus, div. Zubehör wie Filter, Makroschlitten, Stereoschlitten, Balgengeräte, etc., Softboxen und Lichtformer von Sambesigroup und Stative aus dem Hause Berlebach.
Mein Schwerpunkt liegt in der Naturfotografie. Bei meinen Aufnahmen verzichte ich auch einmal gerne auf die klassischen Regeln, wenn ich dafür die Stimmung, die Umgebung, kurz gesagt: Die "Atmosphäre", ins Spiel bringen kann. Erst wenn man etwas "nicht gut" fotografieren kann, sollte man es groß machen.
Meine Naturbilder sind immer Wildlife, nicht beschönigt und nicht manipuliert, weder in der Natur, noch nachträglich per EBV. Sollte ein Foto verändert sein, bzw. nicht Wildlife sein, steht es deutlich in der Bildbeschreibung.
Es grüßt Sie,
Nun etwas zu mir: ich bin gelernter Computertechniker und beschäftige mich seit 2006 mit Panoramafotografien, morphenden Bildern und anderen virtuellen interaktiven Darstellungsformen unserer Welt und ihrer Geschichte.
Als Broadcast-Technician bin ich des öfteren für TUI auf Kreuzfahrtschiffen unterwegs.
Zwischen den Schiffsverträgen arbeite ich als Fotograf deutschland- und weltweit, kurzfristig jedoch am liebsten zwischen Zittau und Berlin, wo man mich gerne auch für Fotoshootings und Bilddokumentationen buchen kann.
Und nun viel Spaß beim Umsehen!
Kyle Giesbrecht is an Edmonton, Canada based photographer and a Google Trusted Photographer. 90% of his panoramic work is done within the Google ecosystem with Google Maps Business View and Google Views virtual tours.
His work has been featured internationally, notably in CNET, Vice Creators Project, CBS Gamespot as well as many times in the local news. In 2013 he was honored to be invited to Google's headquarters to accept the award for North America's Most Creative Tour.
Virtual British Columbia Tours is a local online marketing based company located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, that specializes in immersive and interactive full screen high definition 360 degree virtual tours whereby the viewer's can look around and navigate throughout fully interactive high definition spaces, allowing you see all the details around a place as if being there, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year - all from the comfort of their own home or office!
Mitt intresse för fotografi går tillbaka till slutet 60-talet. Sen dess har förstås skett en fantastisk teknisk utveckling som gjort det hela ännu mer spännande. När jag första gången såg högupplösta sfäriska panoraman blev jag helt imponerad och bestämde mig för att lära mig att producera sådana. Faktum är att all information man behöver för det finns på nätet.
Den utrustning jag använder för panoramabilder omfattar en Nikon D800, ett Sigma 15 mm fisheye, Nodal Ninja 4 panoramahuvud med RD16 rotator, nadir adapter och Ez Leveler II på ett Manfrotto 190 XPO stativ.
För bildbehandlingen använder jag Lightroom för att förbehandla bilderna samt PTGui Pro för att sätta samman panoramat.
Hi! Thanks for taking a look at my gigapixel panoramic images. These images average 220 Megapixels and are each created from over 100 pictures from my camera. I also shoot larger, rectangular panoramas that can be as larger as 5 Gigapixels and are also available at Photosynth.net and GigaPan.org, where I am known as GigaView and GigaView360, respectfully.
In April 2010, I made a virtual tour of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States. Through 360Cities.net, you are now able to join my friends and I on our rafting adventure through the jewel of America's Best Idea. From several of our lunch stops, camp sites, and side canyon hikes, you will find deeply immersive panoramas that are now also available in the rich context of Google Earth. The virtual tour is called Grand Canyon GigaView.
As a former Google Maps Street View photographer (with Immersive Media) and former expedition river guide, I guess it was only natural that I would feel the need to share this journey immersively online. Grand Canyon GigaView has been a not-for-profit labor-of-love that was 100% sponsored by a Kickstarter.com fund raising campaign. Thank you to all of my generous "backers"!
Although I have been involved with immersive imagery for 6 years, Grand Canyon GigaView was my first project to use gigapixel photography and I have been addicted to the technique since. GigaPixel photography is the perfect compliment to my original expertise, 360 degree video, an emerging medium that immerses the viewer in the entirety of an experience.
GigaView360 fully immerses users with 360 degree video and gigapixel imagery. Any experience can be entirely documented and relived online. Viscerally connecting users with deeply explorable content engages, educates, and entertains. 360 Degree Video brings the experience to life, while GigaPixel Photography offers never-before-seen detail. Skillfully combining & applying these new media technologies for client projects is what we do at GigaView360.
Ever since I remember, I have lived my life through a viewfinder. I've purchased my first camera with the money I saved, at the age of 17.
That first roll of film was developed and my life was changed. I knew photography, was not just a hobby, but my future and my life.
I've gratuated from Azad university of Tehran in 2002 with bachelor's degree in photography, since then I have been involved in advertising and panaromic photoghraphy.
I have also participated in several local art fair and got very positive feed back.
Emrah was born in Balikesir in 1977 and graduated from High School in 1994. He graduated with a first class honours degree in Construction Engineering. He was then accepted for further degree in Civil Engineering at Balikesir University. As well as being a very accomplished architect, he is a 5th degree black belt in Karate-do. Emrah came to Kalkan in 2004 and fell in love with the location and the people. In 2005 he went into partnership with a local construction company and decided in 2007, to branch out on his own and formed TECHNIC & ART which he renamed beautifulkalkan in 2009.
I have always enjoyed photography, wildlife and travel, so upon retirement, have pursued all these passions. Photography, is however, my greatest passion. In the last 6 years, my focus has been on wildlife photography. I have been fortunate to have close to a million hits on my pbase site, a museum showing, pictures published in magazines and bird books, many prints displayed and sold at our local bird store and over 200 photos on the Apple Ibird Pro application. Always up for a challenge, I am now enjoying the VR 360 panoramas. Hope you enjoy them as well.
Sou fotógrafo profissional especializado em fotografias VR (Virtual Reality) realidade virtual e proprietário de varios sites e blogs. Fui Pioneiro em fotos 360° na região da serra gaúcha.
Quando fiz minha primeira panorâmica percebi que era isso que eu sabia e deveria fazer.
Veja minha Primeira Panorâmica
Quase um ano depois decidi ir morar em Balneário Camboriú e fui um dos fundadores da Agência Megafacildigital, em Abril de 2012 deixei a agência para me dedicar em tempo integral ao meu projeto www.lokalize.com.br
Hoje continuo trabalhando com fotos panorâmicas 360° em meu guia local Lokalize e também realizo alguns trabalhos paralelos para agências e empresas dos mais diversos segmentos.
Creating websites & virtual tours
Creaplanet puts his skills to professionals wishing to promote their areas through the creation of 360 ° virtual tour of the latest generation.
Our mastery of panoramic imaging technology allows us to perform virtual visits more effective: High Definition - Fully interactive - Speed Display
With our expertise in photography and computers, our team offers a virtual tour creation of truly custom tailored to your specific needs.
Our provision of interactive virtual tour takes full extent thanks to the virtual tour flash integration of sounds, videos, texts will ensure a strong development.
Our clientelle Tourism, local authorities, natural parks, regional parks, wildlife parks, hotels, spas, ecolodge, center of fitness, farmhouses ...
Photographer, CG artist, Product Designer
I've been involved in creating immersive panoramas for over 14 years starting out in Computer Generated visualization and animation before getting into the photography side of things about 10 years ago.
My photography clients include: golf courses, church organizations, and vocal groups, mining companies, and architectural designers in Southern Ontario.
Our services include Panoramic Photography and Virtual Tours, Computer Generated panoramic images, and web integration of immersive media.
Recently I've been documenting local scenes in the Niagara Area trying to put my little corner on the map. I look for the iconic, beautiful, eccentric or unusual. Its a very personal journey for me.
You can see more on my 360 Niagara website
Located in Hampton Roads Virginia, we are a small team of photographers that play a tiny role in Google Maps billion dollar street view technology, we are trusted Google Photographers that spend most of our time taking photos and 360 panoramic views for local businesses to connect Google users to their businesses in way that allows them to experience the ambience of a local business without leaving the comfort of their home.
On our off hours we like to contribute to local panoramas to 360 Cities and Google Earth. There is no place on the internet you can travel as immersive as 360 cities, we are proud to be apart of the 360 cities and Google Earth community.
<p>Photographer, Photojournalist / Executive (President@NM,USA) for <a href="http://www.digi-hound.com" target="_blank">DIGIHOUND L.L.C</a>. since March 2002.</p>
<p>Born in 1958 at Fukuoka Japan. Live in Kobe, Japan since 1993. In former times, I was work as commercial photographer. Also, I experienced as Editor for local magazine at Fukuoka as start as professional. Also had several of art exhibition at local galleries in Fukuoka. Selected photos for Modern Art Org exhibition twice.</p>
<p>Worked for several of magazines include some photograph for Asahi-Weekly magazine since 1986 to 1996 as freelance. Some of
my report of Iditarod or IRMSSSDR has been published to Asahi-Shinbun newspaper, too. Especially, 1993 Iditarod start was the first large named newspaper's exposure that sent a picture via phone-line network by instant photo, scanner and pc with modem at Japan. 1996 IRMSSDR was the first large named newspaper's exposure that took pictures by digital camera then sent via Internet as freelance person in
<p>Since 1990 to 1993, CCV (Cross Country Vehicle) magazine's editor, photographer andwriter. Computer experience is more than 10 years. Especially with PC/AT and Windows, Ihave enough experience to built and use. Then also I'm writing the story for PasokonHihyou (Personal Computer Review) magazine. After end of 2004, I'm mainly using Mac OS X.</p>
<p>Written book; </p>
<p>Yonkusyonarie (4WD car dictionary) published by Dainihon Kaiga Co.,Ltd.<br>
The Nissan Patrol & Safari published by Dainihon Kaiga Co.,Ltd.</p>
<p>I "was" own Land-Rover 90 TD or Ford F-150 pickup with 304 V8 so long. But it was so big to use on Japanese road. Now, I have mini One (mainly my daughter uses) and MGF.</p>
<p>Regarding Kyo-Machiya, you can see more panoramas at http://www.pictinas.com/kyoto/index.html
Graduated in Public Affairs from Unesp - Universidade Estadual Paulista and post graduated in Photography Speech and Praxis by UEL - Universidade Estadual de Londrina, began his career as photojournalist in 1996 in a small local journal.
After this have been worked as freelancer for Brazilian news agencies Agência Estado, FuturaPress, Folha Press e Agência Luz and for several magazines such as Veja, Época, Isto É, Casa & Construção, Casamix e Vida & Arte.
His photos has been published in the majors Brazilian newspaper such Folha de São Paulo, Agora São Paulo, Estado de São Paulo, Diário de São Paulo, O Globo, Lance and more.
Currently is a University teacher, teaching photography and freelancer photographer in Presidente Prudente - SP, besides working with real estate and institutional photography.
Second prize in B&W Images of Leica Brazil Prize, 2003
Shared the First Prize of José Hamilton Ribeiro Journalism Prize, 2010
I live and play in the southwestern United States, where I work at my day job as a wildlife biologist for a private consulting company. I also volunteer part-time as a science teacher for local schools and museums, but my true love is seeing and sharing the natural world with my children.
I started out in photography when I was 12 years old, where I mostly experimented with a home-built 8x10 large format pinhole camera and developing my own film. As a photographer, I really love to do scenic and fine-arts photography, but I'm also interested in doing pano's and VT's for educational and environmental programs. Thus, I hope to develop 360cities and Google Earth-based educational VT's for students and others to learn and enjoy.
This is exciting media, and I'm proud to be a 360cities partner!
...enough said, now go take pictures!
More than 10 Years Organizing Trips, Expeditions, Workshops and Conferences. Designing and Selling Outdoors Activities Products. Guiding People to the Mountains for Ecotourism, Birdwatching, Trekking, Canyoning, Speleology... Collaborating with Associations, Clubs, Magazines, Local Communities, Travel Agencies… Taking Photographs for Companies, Contests, Exhibitions, Books, Websites... Teaching Adventure Sports and Exploration Techniques.
Lars Torngren, photographer located in Surrey, United Kingdom. Owner of Panacea Studios Ltd, specialising in commercial 360 degree photography for businesses. Trusted Google photographer means we can get your business featured onto Google Search, Google Maps and Google+ local pages !
Please contact us to learn more about what we can offer!
Robert first saw spherical panoramas (or photo bubbles as they were called then in 1999) and wondered how they were created. After looking into the subject and finding Prof. Helmute Derschs early versions on Panotool he decided to give it a go.
His first spherical panorama was taken on 35mm film using a standard tripod head. The photos were processed, scanned and then stitched (there were no GUI frontend's it was text files). The alignment of the photos wasn't perfect, but it proved it could be done.
Over the years he has continually improved his camera setup and post processing process. On the camera side he went from a Nikon Coolpix 990 and FC-E8 fisheye lens through to currently a Nikon D300 and 10.5mm fisheye lens. While post processing he now used Adobe Lightroom 3 and PTGui.
He now takes his panoramic camera setup wherever he goes and enjoys shooting everything from local views to holiday destinations. He also has contributed to the World Wide Panorama project since the first event in March 2004.
Um gut zusammenarbeiten zu können, braucht man Verlässlichkeit und gegenseitiges Vertrauen. Beides bekommen Sie bei der Bremer Werbeagentur a&o mediendesign: Wir sind ein kleines Team, und wir sind immer zur Stelle, wenn Sie uns brauchen. Als Full-Service-Werbeagentur für mittelständische Unternehmen genauso wie als Corporate-Design-treue Unterstützung für Konzerne und Lead-Agenturen. Immer jedenfallsals kompetentes Gegenüber mit großem persönlichen Engagement und überzeugenden Kreativleistungen.Lernen Sie uns kennen und schätzen!Wir freuen uns auf Sie.
I am an amateur photographer Living in Schneverdingen, Germany - Lower Saxony.
I am member of the local photo club. I enjoy to learn from many different people with very different interests, but my favourite subject is creating spherical panoramas. I think its because i found it is hard to show the beautyful athmosphere of some special places in 2D flat pictures.
Based in Belgium, Herman began taking photos about 15 years ago, first as a hobby developing into a real passion. He studied photography at the local art school. Being a keen mountaineer gave him ample opportunity for fantastic landscape and nature photos. However, he has also built up experience with studio and portrait work.
His pictures have been published in magazines like National Geographic as well as various newspapers. Some of his work can be found on his website, www.hermandesmet.be and also on his personal blog.
Herman has lately specialized in architecture, real-estate and panorama photography, expanding into 360° panoramas and virtual tours for internet use. He feels that nowadays everybody can make digital photos, but doing a perfect 360°-180°VR panorama is a skill on its own requiring special equipment and lots of practice, patience and knowledge of photography to get the best results. But when you succeed in making a gorgeous digital 360 panorama, it amazes people like they were amazed in the pre-internet era when they saw a huge print of a fantastic picture.
And, for Herman, amazing people is what his photography is all about.
Willkommen bei der airpicture24 GmbH,
seit über 5 Jahren sind wir Ihr zuverlässiger Partner im Bereich Luftaufnahmen, Drohnenvideos oder Fotos aus der Vogelperspektive. Mit unseren Multikoptern, die auch Drohnen genannt werden, machen wir 360° Panorama, Luftbilder bzw. Videos aus der Luft aus Perspektiven, die man früher nicht für möglich gehalten hätte.
Rufen Sie uns an oder schreiben Sie uns eine Mail,
wir freuen uns auf Sie!
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Thomas Gebauer ist geboren und zuhause in Zweibrücken, einem durchaus lebendigen 35.000 Einwohner-Ort mit hervorragender Infrastruktur in einer herrlichen Gegend im Südwesten Deutschlands nahe der deutsch-französischen Grenze. Unter dem Label "Living Visions" produziert er visuelle Medien, die es erlauben, Botschaften auch interaktiv zu kommunizieren.
In seiner Heimatstadt kennt man Ihn hauptsächlich durch seine Drohnen-Flüge, bzw. den so gewonnenen Luftbildaufnahmen, die Orientierung geben und oft Ausgangspunkt sind für aufregende und informative virtuelle Reisen.
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I've been a hobby photographer all my life, starting out with a decent Praktica and a real darkroom. Was the first photographer who delivered end-to-end digital photo's to a local newspaper where everyone else still had to scan prints.
Now I want to be at the forefront of the 360 development. Currently with consumer grade camera's, but aiming at the professional ones.
Fotokünstler & Digital Artist aus Wien
geb. 1984 in Wien, Österreich
Der Fotokünstler und Bildbearbeiter Dino Simplicissimus ist ein kreativer Kopf aus Wien / Austria.
Seit Kindheit schon mit Bleistift und Zeichenboard auf der Jagd nach Motiven, packte ihn in jüngster Zeit der Kosmos Photoshop.
Fasziniert von unendlich vielen Möglichkeiten, Ideen und Chancen die sich damit auftaten.
Intensiv beschäftigt ihn seither diese Materie, wie man sich im Portfolio auf www.dinosimplicissimus.com überzeugen kann.
In seinem eigenen, unverwechselbaren Stil, erschafft Dino Simplicissimus eigene kleine Welten mit Phantasie und Witz.
Trierenberg Super Circuit, Thema "Experimental": Bronzemedaille
Institute INOVATIV, institute for development, counseling, education and support Maribor
Institute INOVATIV is a non-governmental organization from Slovenia for a development, advising, educating and support. Main goal of institute is to develop and support anybody’s creativity, development and implementation of new educational methods, promotion of new technologies and scientific in the field of sustainable development, culture, history, tourism, the spread of international cooperation for the development of local communities, providing equal opportunities to support the independence of social groups, create and consolidate a supportive environment for NGOs. Our recent projects were visual, virtual or other sophisticated computer projects for demonstration or presentation of different educational material. While we implement modern technologies into our project we made our presentation more interesting for young but on the other hand all our projects are user friendly for anyone. We are most active Slovene institute in the field of virtual world called Second life where we organize spectacular events like presentations of cities, educating, music events, sports competitions or even different kind of festivals. Second life is a place for socializing with people all around the world no matter gender, age, colour, nationality or any other criteria.
Verstovškova ulica 4
Cilicia and Mersin
Cilicia Region roughly extends from the Manavgat River, through the southern foothills of the Taurus Mountains, to the Amanus Mountains. According to the geological structure, Cilicia is divided into two as the Rugged Cilicia (Cilicia Trachaea) and the Flat Cilicia (Cilicia Pedias ). The border between the Rugged Cilicia and the Flat Cilicia was the Lamos at times and the Soli at others.
As it is known to those who toured around the area, there exist three gates that enable access to this land through a rugged course. The first of these is the Sertavul Pass, which is located to the north of Mut District. The second one is the Cilician Gate, which is known as the Gülek Pass and hosts a rock bearing the inscription “the Cilician Border”, and the last one is the Belen (Syria) Gate on the route to Hatay Province.
Surrounded by Gazipaşa District of Antalya Province to the west, the provinces of Konya, Karaman and Niğde to the north and the Mediterranean Sea to the east, Mersin was annexed to the land of Ottomans in 1516 during the reign of (Yavuz) Selim I. It was then ruled by Kavalalı Mehmet Ali Pasha for some time, but later Ottomans gained control of the area once again.
Mersin Province was founded in 1924. Districts of Silifke, Anamur, Gülnar and Mut were annexed to Mersin Province, and the Province was renamed as ‘İçel’. It is thought that the long-used “İçel” name derived from the name given to the site by Turkish people who settled in the areas located on either side of Göksu River during the 12th century, or has actually transformed from “Uç-il/ Uç-el” denomination used by Anatolian Seljuk Sultanate for this “Uç ülke, uç diyar (literally: the frontier land)” located beyond the Taurus Mountains. Erdemli district was founded in 1954; then followed Aydıncık District (1987), Bozyazı and Çamlıyayla Districts (1989). In 2001, the name ‘İçel’ was, once again, replaced by “Mersin” due to intensive pressure from the citizens. Having a Metropolitan City status, Mersin is divided into four central districts, namely Akdeniz, Toroslar, Mezitli and Yenişehir. Including Tarsus District, Mersin has 13 districts in total.
It was revealed in the excavations performed in Yumruktepe site that the history of Mersin dates back to 7000 BC. The settlement found on the northwestern part of the current City center flourished around 7000 BC, and continued to exist expanding even larger.
Zephyrion, which is perceived as the antique settlement of Mersin, is localized somewhere between the Governor’s Residence and the Orthodox Church. Archeological findings gathered especially during the salvage excavations performed in the New Cultural Center constructed here and in the Old Public House garden, and the Kuros statute, which was excavated from the same area and displayed in Mersin Museum, are attributed to the Antique City of Zephyrion. The city, which was referred to as a ‘Polis’ during the Hellenistic Period and the Persian Period (and in later periods, as Hadrianapolis), was captured by Shapur I in 260 AD. While it was among the cities of Cilica I Region during the Byzantine Empire Period, it transformed into a prominent port city in the first quarter of the 19th century.
There are numerous opinions and myths about the roots of the name “Mersin”. The most widely-known one derives from the ‘Myrtus-Murt-Myrtle’ tree, the yield of the Mediterranean Climate, which is called “hambales” by Arabs. According to another opinion, the name Mersin is inherited from the Mersin Tribe, which was one of the Turkmen tribes in history. In his Seyahatname (literally: ‘Book of Travel’), Evliya Celebi notes that he stayed in a village called “Mersinoğlu”, which is located on the northwestern part of the present-day Mersin.
The Myth is as follows:
The name Mersin came from the princess Myrna, daughter of the Cypriot King. Gods pitying Myrna, who had been cursed by the goddess Aphrodite, brought her ashore to Mersin. The place was named as Mersin because of that incident.
oder wie man in unserer Region sagt... Moin.
Schön dass Sie auf meine Seite bei 360Cities sind, ich hoffe Sie haben viel Freude beim betrachten meiner Kugelpanoramen.
Ich bin im Jahre 1965 in Norden (Ostfriesland) geboren und habe in der Zwischenzeit in vielen ostfriesischen Orten gewohnt.
Seit gut 14 Jahren wohne ich in der schönen Stadt Aurich und mache hier in der Umgebung die meisten meiner Aufnahmen.
Meine erste Kamera kaufte ich mir im zarten Alter von 6 Jahren. Nach längeren Schaffenspausen fotografierte ich mit einer analogen SLR bis dann die digitale Technik Oberhand bekam.
Ich fotografiere z.Z. mit dem Panomaxx2-Premium Nodalpunktadapter von Konado.
Den größten Teil meiner Kugelpanoramen mache ich in HDR (Belichtungsreihe).
Nun wünsche ich Ihnen viel Spaß beim betrachten der Kugelpanoramen und beim erkunden des schönen Ostfriesland.
Good Day ,
or how in our region says ... Moin.
Nice that you are on my Site at 360Cities , I hope you enjoy the look of my spherical Panoramas .
I'm in 1965 in Norden (East Frisia) born and have lived in the meantime in many East Frisian Places.
For over 14 Years I live in the beautiful city of Aurich and do around here most of my Shots.
My first Camera I bought at the tender age of 6 Years. After long work breaks I photographed with a analog SLR to digital technology then got the upper Hand .
I photograph at the Time with the Panomaxx2-Premium Nodalpunktadapter of Konado.
Most of my spherical Panoramas I do in HDR (bracketing).
I hope you enjoy looking at the spherical Panoramas and while exploring the beautiful East Frisia.
24 years-old Entrepreneur who is passionate for photography, journalism and web development. In 2007 I started taking my first steps in web development and in 2010 I first got interested into photography making.
Born in August 5 in Río Gallegos city, Santa Cruz, Argentina. Had jobs in the local media: newspapers; radio stations; and various businesses. Freelancer since 2015, photography and web development teacher.
With several ideas and developing projects, trying to grow proffesionally on a daily basis.
Interest in photography apart had First seen a panorama on a google street view. Few months later was making them.
Delhi, The part of India i live have very few panoramas and that too of only Tourist Interest Places.
I am no wildlife or nature lover nor do i travel. Even my messenger nickname is dilliwala. I was wanting to put lots of Photos and Panoramas of Local Public Interest on a Map of Delhi. But since Google Street View was stopped by the Police of Bangalore and the related laws in india unclear on what can be shot from a "Public Place", I try to stay clear of Government Buildings, Public Utilities like Metros, Militiary Areas which are anyway photography restricted. Privacy Issues of People faces appearing is not a concern yet.
I am left with clicking happening Colorful Markets and Bustling Local Streets. Hope i am not seen as trying to Promote any Business inadvertently appearing on such panoramas, but thats what you will find here.
I do have a weblink www.My1st.in/360view to offer such services at possibly worlds lowest price.
I am recently out of the Army National Guard and still identify closely with the military life. Possibly because I was Air Force from '84-'88 and joined the Army in 2007. In between those two periods of service, I have worn many hats. I first became interested in and connected to panoramic and HDR photography in 2004 when I went to work as Marketing Assistant for SpheronVR in Germany. I eventually moved back home to the States and when I left SpheronVR in 2006, I lost sight of panoramic photography for a while. In 2007, I joined the Army and was deployed to Kosovo from Apr 2008 until Apr 2009. While in Kosovo, I started experimenting again with handheld and tripod mounted cylindrical panos. Upon my return home, I purchased Manfrotto's 303SPH panohead. I found I didn't have the time to experiment properly with the equipment until this summer (2013). Now I'm learning something new about spherical panos everyday. I enjoy capturing scenic panos, especially historical or military related and am currently capturing panos by commission for local businesses. I am using a Nikon D40 with the 18-55mm lens. I intend to begin experimenting with my Nikkor 10mm fisheye in the future but not in a hurry until I upgrade to a camera with a higher resolution.
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.
Gute Werbung ist Werbung, die mehr einbringt als sie kostet« bringt es Peter Ehme rasch und ohne Umschweife auf den Punkt. Seit 1985 ist der studierte Foto- und Grafikdesigner im Allgäu tätig und nennt vor allem zwei wichtige Voraussetzungen, wenn man in der Branche erfolgreich sein will: Flexibilität und Kreativität. Eine besondere Spezialität von Peter Ehme sind seine Panoramabilder. Hier wird eine Vielzahl von einzeln geschossenen Aufnahmen zu einer großen Ansicht zusammengefügt und ermöglicht damit großzügige Rundumschauen. So lassen sich beispielsweise Ferienwohnungen, Hotels oder Landschaften detailreich präsentieren oder auch kleine, verwinkelte Räume aussagekräftig abbilden. Als leidenschaftlicher Fotograf bietet Peter Ehme zudem eine umfassende Auswahl an Bildmaterial aus seinem
I am the owner of Virtual Properties, a commercial photography company that uses specializes in 360 panoramic imagery for marketing and business purposes.
We are a passionate team of photographers and marketers throughout the US who are business and tech savvy. Together we work with businesses to help them showcase their venues, attract more customers and get more exposure. Currently, we are working with Google to put local businesses 'on the map' through virtual tours linked to Google's database.
You can see our promo video Here
Hello, my name is Timothy Oldfield, a virtual tour photographer (actually, the ONLY 360° photographer) with Washington State 360. ;)
The Washington State 360 Project is my way of assisting with the "warm introduction" to various locations around the state of Washington in these United States of America.
Most of the 360-degree (fully-spherical) panoramas I capture or create are now being posted here on "360cities.net", and many are also being shared on Google Street View and Google Maps through my Trusted Photographer account, and Local Guide account (for posting of snapshots, often voluntarily, to assist small businesses and non-profits with editing and otherwise delineating their Maps listings). If you have a VR headset, Google Cardboard viewer, or other stereo viewer, click on the tiny cardbord goggles icon and enjoy another level of experience. ;)
Studies have shown that VR Tours (sets of Virtual Reality panoramas) can boost visitor-count dramatically. Once virtually in-the-door, your location becomes more engagingly "familiar", which allows most virtual visitors to more easily drop residual resistance, and perhap raise their curiosity, thereby increasing the likelihood of visiting for real. Which in turn allows them to promote your establishment to acquaintences.
While building these collections of 360-degree panoramas, I also enjoy keeping the locations and subjects diverse. Sometimes it is fun to allow a viewer to experience a perspective not generally open to the public (for safety, insurability, security or other reasons), such as venturing into a production area or out onto a condemned bridge, etcetera. What would you like to share from a unique perspective?
I like making spherical panoramas.
Since Google Panoramio, and before Google Earth, I posted a lot of pic of beautiful place around my location where I live (Puglia region, Salento district, extreme South-East of Italy). I started to make pano from an app, with a smartphone, after with a 360 camera, and now I'm in DSLR with a very good resolution, and many satisfaction also in handheld mode.
At today I'm Google Street View PhotoGrapher, Level 7, local guide, with over 16Million views.
Hope you like my panorama, enjoy it...and write me for any question.
All the best!
Franco (Instragram: Frreenk)
I am an Italian photographer specializing in landscape, travel, HDR, 360 ° spherical panoramic VR and virtual tours. During the last year I made a photographic archive of selected and high quality photos, as required by today's online agencies, publishers and an increasingly demanding world market revolutionized by digital photography.
I specialize in immersive photography, producing panoramic pictures 360 ° and Virtual Tour of which you can see some examples in my site www.ivansgualdini.it/category/360vr and 360cities.net. There are also specialized in the HDR (high dynamic range) of which there are examples in this gallery www.ivansgualdini.it/photo-albums/hdr/
I shoot mainly in Sardinia, my native land and current residence, shooting for publishers, agencies, accommodation facilities. Tourism, beaches, landscapes, traditions, itineraries and local people are the topics that I deal in more. Outside of Sardinia I have a portfolio related to various travel destinations around the world, from which they draw in general for the travel and tourism magazines published by purchase of license. You can see some examples of my recent work in Portfolio www.ivansgualdini.it/portafoglio/
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Sardinia is an island that offers a wide variety of coastal scenery and excels in particular for its beautiful beaches and clear blue sea, making it known internationally as a great seaside destinations in the world. The hinterland is characterized not only by many landscaping ideas, but also a wealth of folk traditions, culture and extraordinary ancient archeology. Customs and folklore, festivals and fairs, crafts, weaving, agriculture and pastoralism, complete the picture of this wonderful land.
Visit my site www.ivansgualdini.it to see other photo albums and write me for any information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I had my first contact with photography in the mid-seventies, when I was thirteen years old. At that time my step-uncle, who worked as a freelance photo-journalist for a local newspaper, taught me a little about taking photographs and processing negatives and photoprints in the darkroom. I was pretty fascinated, but was unfortunately talked out of the photographer's profession as an "unprofitable art". After some decades, I now feel more and more excited about photography again, especially panorama photography.
Working in the media industry since 1982, I am now the owner of a small agency, located not far from Würzburg in Northern Bavaria. I would be very pleased to be contacted via my website
Erstellung von Kugelpanoramen und virtuellen Rundgängen seit 2006. Beispiele können Sie sich unter www.360pano.de ansehen.
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Ich "rasiere" bzw. entferne die Gegenlichtblende zuverlässig für das:
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People hesitant to call Vasin an artist, a photographer, a designer or a businessman but to his students calls him ajarn. Vasin’s background is in architecture but he is also a creator. Depicting abstract ideas into concrete images is his expertise. Growing up in an architect family. He was born in Bangkok but raised in the US for many years. His parents’ work gave him plenty of opportunities to travel in foreign countries. Therefore, Vasin became a stranger to his own culture when he returned to Thailand. Making him perceive things differently in the Thai culture when he studied high school and later on architecture at Chulalongkorn University. Seeing different cultures, Vasin has become passionate about the environment in diverse perspective through visual communications. After he graduated from Chulalongkorn University, he went back to the US to study architecture and worked there for 4 years. His education and work focused on design and communication which includes techniques like computer-aided architectural design, 3D Modeling, 3D Animation and digital imaging. With these techniques, he is able to transform abstracts ideas into concrete images. Vasin perceives these techniques as valuable assets to architecture With experience in creating many media types from www.yes-wedo.com, www.bangkoktourist.com to recently Hi-Class Magazine, and from the joy of creating visual imagery as a tool for communication he uses this experience and passion to create www.At-Bangkok.com “Visual Guide to Bangkok and throughout Thailand”. The photographs form At-Bangkok.com is used for his photo exhibition which he puts to gether every year. He is also the editor of Hi-Class Magazine a well known local magazine that been publish since 1982.
that should be taught to new generations. Therefore, he has become a lecturer in design & communication at King Mongkut’s Insitute of Technology when he returned to Thailand. He has also been invited to lecture in various universities such as Chulalongkorn University, Thammasat University and Kasem Bundit University.
People hesitant to call Vasin an artist, a photographer, a designer or a businessman but to his students calls him ajarn. Vasin’s background is in architecture but he is also a creator. Depicting abstract ideas into concrete images is his expertise.
Growing up in an architect family. He was born in Bangkok but raised in the US for many years. His parents’ work gave him plenty of opportunities to travel in foreign countries. Therefore, Vasin became a stranger to his own culture when he returned to Thailand. Making him perceive things differently in the Thai culture when he studied high school and later on architecture at Chulalongkorn University.
Seeing different cultures, Vasin has become passionate about the environment in diverse perspective through visual communications. After he graduated from Chulalongkorn University, he went back to the US to study architecture and worked there for 4 years. His education and work focused on design and communication which includes techniques like computer-aided architectural design, 3D Modeling, 3D Animation and digital imaging. With these techniques, he is able to transform abstracts ideas into concrete images. Vasin perceives these techniques as valuable assets to architecture
With experience in creating many media types from www.yes-wedo.com, www.bangkoktourist.com to recently Hi-Class Magazine, and from the joy of creating visual imagery as a tool for communication he uses this experience and passion to create www.At-Bangkok.com “Visual Guide to Bangkok and throughout Thailand”. The photographs form At-Bangkok.com is used for his photo exhibition which he puts to gether every year.
He is also the editor of Hi-Class Magazine a well known local magazine that been publish since 1982.
Director of "Edge Imaging • Al Filo de la Imagen" Advertising Agency in Mexico
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Edge Imaging, was founded in Melbourne, Australia, oriented to the Design of the Highest Quality Visual Concepts for electronic and printed media that allow for the improvement of your Market Positioning.
RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
Bachelor of Arts-Photography, Melbourne, Australia 2004 - 2006
I had a triple major in Commercial Photography, Architecture
and Multimedia in the best photography university of Australia.
Bachelor of Communication, Mexico 2000 - 2003
A born and raised native of Wilmington, NC and the surrounding area, my existence started when Edward Teach (Blackbeard) would terrorize our coast with his beard ablaze and his cannons loaded.... Aside from being a great great great great great grandson of Edward Teach and having an insatiable desire to fire a cannon upon unsuspecting boaters - my life began as a boy growing up in Teachey, NC (Duplin County) and Carolina Beach.
When I was 9 years old, my daddy bought me a complete Nikon F2 system - with all the bells and whistles. At the time, this was a professional level camera and not generally found in the hands of a child. I took thousands of photographs - much to the delight of our local drug store's photo processing lab. My interest in photography never waned. Today, I use Canon and the Mac for everything. But that F2 still sits on my shelf as a reminder of those simpler times. Now I say "Analog sucks and Digital rules!" But Ahhh, those were the days.....
I attended Harrells Christian Academy (Sampson County) from Kindergarten through 12th grade. I have a BS in Marine Biology from UNCW and a MS in Biology/Ecology from the University of Guam. I went to school in Guam for 4 years - coming home every Christmas and summer. My capabilities as a graphic designer developed while I pursued a career in biology. Many of my friends in Guam are artists or designers and their guidance and encouragement further sparked this interest. I truly enjoyed my time spent in Guam but there is no place like being home in North Carolina. I was the Commercial Production Manager & Webmaster for WECT TV-6 for 7 years and I am now a Biology instructor at a local college. I also run my own publishing company, SlapDash Publishing. www.carolinabeach.net
About 40 years of experience in all kinds of photography. Started when he was about 16 years old in a local club of amateur photographers. Holds degrees in Information Technology and Computer Engineering (thesis on image processing techniques).
Specialised in High Resolution photography: nature, landscapes, astrophotography, interiors, travel, turism projects. Philippe led several Belgian-Dutch expeditions to total solar eclipses all over the world: Greenland, Bolivia, Mexico, China, Australia, Finland, Iceland, Zambia, ... and made several multimedia shows about them.
You can contact me via philippe.vercoutter at telenet.be for 360° and other fine photography projects.
Alfredo García (Xàtiva) has been a lover of photography since he was a child. From a very young age, he is a member of AFSA, the historic photographic association of Xàtiva, right now he is the vice president of the same. Before the age of 18, he has already created his own development laboratory. Many cameras have passed through his hands: from a Petri 7s to the current OMD EM-1 MKII, through analogue and digital SLRs. He has won some local awards, his snapshots have been published in international publications and he has also taught photography courses. In his varied snapshots we find landscapes, streets, abstract elements, models ... He has made several exhibitions to the House of Culture of Xàtiva, and participated in multiple more
Member of the Levantine Federation of Photography and member of the Spanish confederation of photography and the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP)
When he was a little boy, Ken Aaron became fascinated by cameras—how they work, what they showed and what they didn’t. For years, photography had been his hobby—he learned of its storytelling value while thumbing through post-vacation family photos. But, over time, it became his passion—so much so that it inspired him to leave a successful and lucrative career in IT marketing and executive recruiting in the late-1990s, just to start all over again as a photographer’s assistant.
From there, he’d work his way up this career ladder one rung at a time, enrolling for classes at the Academy of Art to learn the technical education balanced with the practical experience learned working with other photographers. Since moving to Portland in 2003, Ken has been shooting for himself and for commercial clients (including Neighborhood Notes, which he founded in 2008) using a variety of techniques (high dynamic range, pinhole, macro photography, infrared, 360-degree panorama, and hand coloring) in both digital and film media.
Ken loves the to make photographs of places and spaces. These could be natural landscapes, urban environments, or man made structures.
Kabir Uddin is a Bangladeshi national working in the Mountain Environment Natural Resources’ Information Systems (MENRIS) division, where he is involved in different GIS and RS assignments for wetlands and biodiversity management, and land cover mapping. Mr Uddin holds a BSc (Hons) in Geography and Environmental Studies and an MSc in Geography and Environmental Studies, both from the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. During his BSc and MSc, he studied geography, environment, geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing (RS) as major subjects. Mr Uddin has nine years working experience in geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing (RS) applications in the field of environmental management. After graduation he worked at Development Design Consultants Ltd for the Rajshahi City Town Planning Project, where he comprehensively used GIS, Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) and Total Station for town planning. In 2003, he joined Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), Bangladesh as a GIS expert, where he served until joining ICIMOD in 2006.
Hi, I'm Pavel.
I'm a photographer.
Welcome all fans and enthusiasts of photography ;o)
One interesting person said ... "Look man, no matter what you photographing and what's on photo, you are creating photo with your heart. Your heart is the right camera, which captures the fleeting moment of our lives." Interesting idea.
Photography and drawing have been my passion from childhood.
Even as a little kid I was always scribbling and doodling with my pencils.
Then, with my first little camera, I took pictures of anything , most anytime.
I always wondered how someone could paint such a nice picture or take such a wonderful photo. My curiosity led to the first attempts to imitate those processes. Of course, this was not always met with success; but as my grandmother always says:"He has patience." And, I say modestly, " I enjoy it."
There is always motivation for me to create a better photo, such as use a different angle of view, light, color scale, etc.
Look around here and enjoy it. I hope something from my gallery will remain in memory longer than it takes one mouse click. Thank you very much for your visiting.
I'm trying to improve my skill at this sort of photography: nature scenery, portrait, cultural diversity, the architecture, macro and sport.
I'm based at Vancouver, WA, available after 4pm during a weeks day and after 9am on weekends
I have worked in the field of computers and digital imaging for the past 33 years and been involved in the evolution and acceptance of computer imaging from both a hardware and software perspective since joining U.K. digital pioneer Quantel in 1984.
During my time with Quantel, I was responsible for introducing digital technology to the arts and media industries in the U.S. from my base in Silicon Valley. I also travelled regularly to the U.K. to work with Qantel’s development team on the UI and functionality of what would become the industry standard of it’s time: the Quantel Paintbox.
In 1987, I left Quantel to start his own Hollywood based company, Electric Paint. Employing this new digital technology I produced Key Art for major motion pictures including Edward Scissorhand, Terminator II, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Die Hard I & II, Silence of the Lambs, JFK & Born on the Fourth of July and album covers such as Michael Hutchence’s MaxQ, Nirvana’s Nevermind, Elvis Costello’s Spike, and The Beasty Boys’ St Paul’s Café.
Returning to Australia in 1994, I established Red Square Productions, one of the country’s first Web Development Agencey. Red Square went on to develop long lasting business relationships with companies such Qantas, Telstra, YHA, Panasonic Australia, The Good Guys, Harvey World Travel, Maersk Line Shipping and the oneworld Alliance of Airlines. Red Square Productions was known for its innovative approach to web development, pioneering a number of technologies in Australia and popularising 360˚ immersive imagery, creating unique virtual tours of sporting locations such as Olympic Park, accommodation offerings by Australian Youth Hostels and promotional events for Panasonic Australia, Qantas and Telstra.
In 2008 I merged Red Square’s business with local agency Webqem, allowing me to pursue my interest in travel, 360˚ panorama photography, and all things digital.
In 2012 I became involved with an Australian start-up company Mogeneration and its tablet publishing solution Oomph taking on the role of Creative Technologist.
I was recognised in the Australian Mobile Awards for my work in developing the award winning apps for Sky-OneCentral Park (Frost Design/Fraser Properties), Experience the Highs ( New England (NSW) tourism) apps and his 360˚ panoramic photographic contribution to the MCA Anish Kapoor app.
In 2014 I returned to my home city of Adelaide to focus on new technologies and ways of providing 360˚ Panoramic Photography, 360˚ Video and 360˚ Web & App services.
Today I am working with a diverse group of clients to develop 360˚ virtual tour content. My clients include the French luxury cruising company Ponant (Worldwide locations), various divisions of the University of Tasmania (Web and Mobile VR apps), Pichi Richi Railway (Quorn), Stuartholme School (Brisbane) and MadebyFairfax (Sydney).
Name: Stephen Fischer
Hometown: Syosset, NY
Hey there! My name is Stephen, and I am a travel junkie with a taste for adventure, nature, and all things food related. During my college years, I often did volunteer work and travel which inspired me to do a service year with AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA Corps following college. FEMA Corps led me to visit 19 different states and live in 5 of them with time frames ranging from 2 weeks to 3 months. Following my service term, I set out on another adventure through a program called Bike & Build, which operates service-oriented cross-country cycling trips for young adults. Basically, we rode 4,100 miles across the northern USA and performed build projects for groups like Habitat for Humanity. It was undoubtedly the best summer of my life. In fact, I had so much fun that I decided to go solo on a bike tour!
I am currently bike touring down the West Coast from Sept. '18 - Nov. '18. As part of this journey, I purchased a 360 camera and have begun experimenting with it as well as the features on my phone and DSLR. Be on the lookout for some content uploads from my excursions across the beautiful country that is America!
Tajikistan invites you to immerse yourself into ancient history, explore beautiful nature and enjoy the hospitality of the local people. The Eastern half of the country is called the Pamirs that is translated from Tajik as the Roof of the World which is the meeting point of the world's highest mountain ranges, including the Karakoram, the Himalayas to the South, the Hindu Kush to the West and the Tien Shan in the North-East.This 360° photo content of Tajikistan has been developed with the assistance of USAID Central Asia. Enjoy inspiring panoramic views of tourist sites, mountains, gorges, lakes, and other points of interest. Learn more http://www.visittajikistan.tj/en/
I am an enthusiastic amateur photographer. My objectives are to have fun and learn by capturing good photographic images in new situations. My greatest motivator is travel - when I am somewhere new, I find it easy to use my camera. When away, I try to capture everything from local culture to unusual wildlife. But even at home, I look for opportunities to take photographs, so I go to the beach, or to events to find subjects I like or haven't done before.
I like street photography, in fact it's one of my favourite genres, and always seek out people looking good in interesting situations. COVID-19 has limited travel opportunities, so I have started to dabble in 360 degrees panoramas and so have become a contributor to 360Cities.
To see more of my photographs, have a look at my website.
I am a Surveyor♥, a Cartographer and also a 360 Photographer who loves traveling around and publishing maps and photographs in interactive platforms that are open-source. I am alos a Google Streetview(GSV) photographer, a Local; Guide with Level 9 rating and also a OSM(OpenStreetMap)♥ editor in Papua New Guinea(PNG). I also have interest in 3D model making based on 2D mapping data!
Rivelino (b.1973 Jalisco, Mexico)
He has been experimenting with all sorts of materials, shapes and topics for over 15 years. He has most recently worked on in public interventions, investigating the relationship between the spectator and the artwork as he has done in Nuestros Silencios. During this time, Rivelino has managed the interaction of different materials such as clay and metal, from small to monumental formats.
Rivelino is mainly self-taught, however he has studied at the Ceramics School of Instututo Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA). His work is part of major private collections in Mexico, Germany, Spain, France, Portugal, Japan, Australia, Canada, The United States and countries in Central and South America.
For more information: www.oursilences.co.uk, www.nuestrossilencios.com and www.rivelino.com.mx
· Ten great format bronze sculptures will serve as guardians at Victoria Tower Gardens from January 14th to February 15th, 2011.
· Nuestros Silencios becomes a part of the City of Sculpture Festival 2010/11, organised by the Westminster City Council.
London, January 6th 2011. Is this Stonehenge at Westminster? Are these Outer-space giants from a science-fiction story by H.G. Wells? Nothing of the sort. This is Nuestros silencios, a monumental public art installation by Mexican Sculptor Rivelino, which has been touring Europe and has now arrived to its sixth and penultimate tour date: London.
Nuestros Silencios will be exhibited at the Victoria Tower Gardens, located next to the Houses of Parliament, which have been catalogued as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The Gardens are located in a riverbank overlooking the Thames, which runs from South Westminster to Lambeth Bridge.
During 2010 Rivelino’s Nuestros Silencios has been presented in five European Cities as part of the Mexican Independence Bicentennial celebrations, these cities are: Lisbon, Madrid, Brussels, Berlin and Rome, all of which are renowned metropolises, “nevertheless London, and specifically Westminster, will prove to be the jewel of the crown for this exhibition, and will not go unnoticed during its stay” as Councilman Robert Davis, Deputy Leader of Westminster City Council, pointed out in his message for the English version of the exhibition’s catalogue.
We should mention that Victoria Tower Gardens hosts important outdoors sculptural works such as Rodin’s “The Burghers of Calais”, the statue of British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, who had a major role in conquering women’s right to vote, and the Buxton Memorial Fountain, which commemorates the abolition of slavery. “This sculptural art celebrates social and libertarian values that are in full agreement with freedom of expression, which is the concept behind Nuestros Silencios” said Rivelino, the very first Mexican sculptor to present a monumental public installation in London.
The authorities of the Westminster City Council have been working on taking advantage of their unique public spaces through the City of Sculpture Festival, which started a year ago. This event seeks to exhibit the work of the best local and international artists, offering a platform for their work so the thousands of people that visit Westminster on a daily basis can see it.
Nuestros silencios is a monumental public sculpture installation that features ten three-dimensional pieces of great format (3.50 x 2.30 x 1.20 meters with a weight of one ton). They are made of bronze using the “lost wax” technique and white and ochre patina. The bodies are covered with low and high relieves, free-interpretation texts covered with seeds and plants. The sculptures also feature a metal plate covering their mouths symbolising the importance of individual and collective freedom of expression.
The idea of freedom of expression is a subject of permanent relevance that goes beyond aesthetic topics and encompasses politics, culture, social and personal issues, and is also related to other ambits such as freedom of the press, self censorship, copyright, intellectual property, the free flow of information on the Internet, Human rights, Public Order and protests, an also the gradual erosion of the public space.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Embassy of Mexico in the United Kingdom, the Westminster City Council and The Royal Parks have participated in this sixth and penultimate presentation of Nuestros silencios in London. The inauguration will take place on January 14th, 2011 at 12:00 pm and will be attended by the authorities of the three collaborating institutions.
I am a Google Streetview Trusted Photographer and Google Local Guide(Level7). My photos are captured a bit differently than many of my fellow photographers on this site. All of my pictures to date have been captured using a cell phone. Some were hand held and some were with a tool I am developing for this purpose. I tend to take several photos in the same general area.
I want to show that within certain limitations a Cellphone can take decent quality photospheres using the same composted image capture techniques, but all photos are stitched in the phone before the file is created.
I have retained nearly all of the 170 original images I used to become a Google StreetView Trusted Photographer and will be uploading them as I go through and organize my collection.