Jan Kurschewitz lives in Freising, Germany (near Munich), where he runs a full-service internet agency – Aysberg Web Development.
He has been fascinated by panoramic photography for many years, starting long before smartphones were able to take panoramas. Those panoramas are a commodity and often lack quality. Jan loves to shoot fully immersive panos where even the nadir (the "bottom hole" where the tripod stands) is closed.
His passion for photography is both a hobby and a service of his agency, which offers professional panoramic photography for customers.
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