I can't remember when I saw a spherical for the first time, but I remember that it fascinated me. It is such a great way to transport yourself around the world.
I made my first panoramic back in 2007 with a homemade panoramic head. I got myself a proper panohead in 2008 and have dipped in and out of the hobby ever since.
I work making technical computer graphics animations for engineering companies. Sometimes I use my panoramics as backgrounds or reflection maps in my work, but for the most part I make panoramics just for fun.
Typically I don't have enough time for photography, let alone panoramics, but a recent injury has forced me to cut down on sports and find some more relaxing activities.
I make my panoramics with a Canon EOS 7D, Sigma 8mm or Sigma 10-20mm, Nodal Ninja, and the fantastic PT GUI.
I am really pleased to be a member of 360cities. The website provides a fantastic way to share and explore panoramics, and the integration with Google Earth is simply fantastic.
My other creative hobbies are:
Making short films of my sports:
and regular photography:
I started in panoramic photography on 2005. My first equipment was a Kaidan QuickPan IV rotator with a Standard Bracket for cylindrical shots. Later on I got a Manfrotto 303SPH rotator for spherical panoramic photography. The Manfrotto 303SPH solution is very precise but too heavy expecially for travelling! Than I got a Fanotec NN3 in 2007, much lighter and esier to carry on!
In the past I used a Nikon D-70 or a Nikon D-300, most of the times the lightweight Fanotec NN3, a couple of lenses: Tamron 10/24 and a Nikkor 18/70 and a Manfrotto Digi 725B tripod. Recently I switched to a Panasonic GH2 - 16Mgp (micro 4/3) with a 14-140 mm zoom.
I take panos for fun or sampling landscapes for HDR/IBL application in 3D sofwares or simply to have background plates for 3d architectural rendering.
In the last 10 years I've been in India, Sardinia (Italy), Cornwall (UK), Danmark, Norway, Mongolia and recently (2015) in Bali and Lombok (Indonesia).
Thank you for reading and stopping by!
Born in 1988, back in Lithuanian region of Soviet Union. Finished most of his high school back in Kuliai, Lithuania. Then had last 2 years of his high school in Norway in Red Cross Nordic United World College. Currently studies Computer Science in Bucknell University, PA, USA.
My name is Daniel and I`m a landscape, scenery, architecture and events photographer.
My profile picture is not the best, but this is me photographing the photographer when I ran New York Marathon a few years ago. In addition to being one of my best sporting performances, I took around 200 photos during the race.
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For tilbud send mail til Panoramahelgeland@gmail.com
eller ring Håkon på 97115591 / Tor Arne på 95175489
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