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(March 17–20, 2005)

Walker Young

The Wholesale Market

James Young

The City God Temple of Shanghai

Shanghai, China


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© 2005 James Young, All Rights Reserved.

I guess you may burst into laughter when you first see my pano. ?

Well, technically, it is not perfect, for the obvious seam and segmental human body. But is a good work must be flawless? ? Actually, I spent one day in City God Temple of Shanghai to take pictures for the panos (From 10 am to 7 pm., Once every 3 hours). Then I spent little time that night stitching them into flawless panos (I use Panoweaver and it takes no more than 5 minutes to finish one pano), but always feel them too common. They are sellable, but not for this big event. I want something new.

Then I came to a whimsy and here it is. I use 4 fisheye images of the same place of every 3 hours, every 90 degree. I feel it like a miracle that my stitcher could even stitch the images like these. I like this experiment and it's of great fun. It's a pano of the space, and, of the time.

And here is my sellable works (a complete virtual tour of City God Temple). Seamless, of course. ? The City God Temple
Canon 10D, Sigma 8mm

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