With all the interest in our central London panoramas we have recently updated our St Paul’s Golden Gallery GigaPixel panorama to feature some of the new skyscrapers – this includes the Walkie Talkie and the Cheese Grater you can see the updated version of the image here. We have also shot a brand new 360 […]
Facebook Tagged GigaPixel Panorama This 18 GigaPixel picture was taken during the Olympiacos and Barcelona semi-final in Istanbul. Click on the image below to view the image. You can tag yourself on facebook and choose which team you support!
So … What Exactly Is A Gigapixel Panorama? A Gigapixel Panorama, in the simplest terms we can come up with, is basically a HUGE picture that can be made of from hundreds of different pictures that have been stitched together. If you think of a patchwork quilt and how the different pieces can overlap but […]
Have a look at this GigaPixel panorama shot from the gherkin the other morning. I was on my way to a shoot on the top floor there and saw the most beautiful sunrise starting. So I ran flat out and got to the top as soon as I could. I had not planned on shooting […]
Henry Stuart, our photographer, will be speaking at the International Panorama Photography Festival in Palmela, Portugal on the 3rd June. The talk will be mainly about the Royal Wedding Giga Pixel Panorama shot for the BBC, explaining the trials and tribulations of GigaPan photography with fluid scenes.
Shot for the BBC, a 1.15 Giga Pixel Panorama of the Royal Wedding (GigaPan) The BBC commissioned Spherical Images to photograph this highly challenging, huge, panorama of the royal wedding. The view covers 200 degrees and allows you to clearly see people’s faces in the crowd. If you are interested in prints of this image […]
One of the largest indoor photographs ever taken: 2,400 images stitched together to make a 15.5 Giga Pixel panorama. It took 3.5 hours to shoot – during which time the cathedral had completely filled up with tourists – hence the ‘half people’, floating heads etc! Just click on the + button to zoom in to […]