Friday, 11 June 2010


 Just a very quick entry to shout about a new page on my website for panoramas. Each image links to an interactive full screen panorama.(Apologies to iPhone and iPad users but it's Flash based - working on a workround).
Top image is from Jupiter Artland, just west of Edinburgh. Middle is Elm Park in Dublin, a very underoccupied new business park. Bottom is Edinburgh's Conference Square at twilight.
All were shot on a rig that allows the camera body to rotate around the len
nodal point thus avoiding parallax misregistration.
And if you're wondering why the cross projection well it's simply that it's one graphic interpretation of a 180 degree by 360 degree view. Think of folding each of the square portions to form a cube.
To learn more on Interactive panoramas start at

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