Already as a child I took black-and-white photos using my father’s Voigtländer folding camera and soon also tried to glue photos together to a panoramic view. Many years later I started to use a scanner to allow for digital stitching of cylindrical panos, and finally did my first spherical 360-panorama end of 2005. In 2010 even I switched from slides to digital photography. Over the years I tried various techniques to take panoramas (tripod with panohead, monopod, philopod). To keep the equipment weight low, today I mainly shoot handheld (with the help of a philopod) or with a monopod, and recently I even started to use a Ricoh Theta Z1, as really light weight option. This is just one of my leisure time activities and therefore I likely never will reach the skill level of some of the masters in the field you can find in the world wide panorama project.
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Münsterplatz in Basel (cathedral square)
October 28, 2019, 19:37 local time
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