Went on a roadtrip in my new car. Visited an abandoned factory and military base in Germany.
New camera’s and even smartphones often have an option or app to make beautiful panorama photo’s. Remove the frame around a photo and let others relive the view you had!
So Facebook added a feature to show panorama’s with their new panoramaviewer. It works on PC’s by draging your mouse over the photo, while mobile users can actually look around with their smartphone.
Click the image to see it at Facebook.
Here’s the above panorama, but flat. The red square indicates the absolute center ánd also the startingpoint where Facebook will position the viewer.
The lower part was a bit messy, so the black part will become a small disc. The grey line just becomes a dot. It’s good to have a center-point for oriëntation.
Here’s a PSD-template for Facebook panorama photo’s! Just download it, drag your panorama in and make it fit. The metadata is included, so no further editing needed! You can leave the black area on the bottom and edit the text or remove it if your panorama has the ground included as well.
Get the champagne out of the fridge, because it’s party time!
The Swiss Museum.bl asked me if they could use a photo of mine. I didn’t hesitate, found the original, edited it again, exported it for print and sent it as a gift. They were happy, and they delivered me with a photo which made me truly happy. Look mum and dad, I’m in a museum!
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So, a couple of weeks ago I was at Borderer in the Czech Republic. When I couldn’t do much on the field, I decided to walk the road back 2 km…
When we arrived at the field, I noticed a large factory hidden in the hills. So I walked there, jumped the fence and this was what I found…
Did a 20km bicycle ride, as more often is the case, and I brought my camera. Here’s some results. Enjoy.