Photographer’s Profile

Peter Groth
Peter Groth
Berlin, Germany

I am a photographer for over 20 years.

The first panoramic experiences I had, was photographing a panorama in Prague 1986 in 7 pictures and stitching them in the darkroom.

In 1999 i bought my first digital camera (Olympus RS 100) with a wide-angel converter. This was a good combination and gave me a 28mm angel to take multiple-image cylindrical panoramas. The next step was a Sony 717 with a Rainox-Converter, a D70 and now a D200.

In the moment my serious interests are in "Culturepanoramas" and virtual Tours. 2004/2005 I produced a virtual tour through the "Luisenburg", a recently recovered "English Garden" in Bavaria near Wunsiedel-Bayreuth. Since then I photographed World heritage and cultural heritage in eastern Germany, especially gardens.

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wwp907 | Sustenance

Family and Friends at Birthday-Excursion

Woerlitz, Dessau, Germany


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