Photographer’s Profile

Josh von Staudach
Josh von Staudach
Stuttgart, Germany, Europe

Over 500 fullscreen cylindrical panoramas can be seen on my website http://www.stuttgart360.de - since 2010 I use a Canon 5D MkII with the Zeiss 18/3.5 lens, shooting 8 frames around. Stitching is done with Panoramafactory, sometimes with PanoramaStudio, lately also with Autopano Pro.

Besides panoramas I do other photography for industry clients or document events in my hometown Stuttgart.

Another specialisation is following building sites in their development. You can see examples of my work on my homepage. Thanks for looking.

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wwp612 | Heritage

Stuttgart Railway Station - South Wing Destroyed

Stuttgart, Germany

June 24, 2012, 03:58 UTC (04:58 local time)

wwp906 | Transportation

Tramway Line 15

Loewentor Crossing, North of Stuttgart, Germany

from September 21 to 24, 2006 - around 15.30 local time every day

wwp1205 | Best of 2005

Above the Television Tower

Stuttgart, Germany

April, 28th 2005 - 09:16 UTC (11:16 local time)

wwp905 | Energy

Waste Combustion Power Plant

Stuttgart Muenster, Germany

October, 6th 2005 - 17:15 UTC (19:15 local time)

wwp605 | Water

Children Playing Under Fountain

Mittlerer Schlossgarten, Stuttgart, Germany

June 18, 2005 - 16:12 CET (local time)

wwp305 | Marketplace

Stuttgarter Markthalle (market hall)

Stuttgart, Capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

March 19, 2005 - 13:30 UTC (14:30 local time)

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