Photographer’s Profile

Richard Crowest
Richard Crowest
Ashford, Kent, UK

Richard had been piecing together panoramic views from 35mm prints for over a decade when he first came across QTVR. He was instantly hooked, and tried a few stumbling attempts with scans of his old photos.

It wasn't until he joined in with the second 'Wrinkle in Time' project, though, that he really got to grips with what was involved. Thanks to the inspiration and advice of the many panographers who contributed to the 'Wrinkles', Richard learnt better techniques, and began to explore for himself new ways of interacting with the panoramas.

Now panoramic photography is part of his working life. In 2003, he co-founded Corvidae Ltd, a company that specialises in creating web sites and exhibitions for museums, heritage sites and the corporate market. In 2005 Corvidae was appointed as the National Trust's preferred supplier of virtual tours, and is now working with the Trust to allow people with mobility difficulties to experience places that would otherwise be inaccessible to them.

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wwp1213 | Best of 2013

The View from South Foreland Lighthouse

South Foreland, Dover, Kent, England, UK

23 October 2013

wwp1212 | Best Of 2012

The Sound Mirrors at Dungeness

Greatstone, near Dungeness, Kent, England, UK

4 November 2012, 4.40pm

wwp612 | Heritage

Bayham Abbey

Near Lamberhurst, Kent, England, UK

Sunday 24 June 2012, 3.37pm BST

wwp1209 | Best Of 2009

Nest Counting, Ogilby Island

Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland

June 11, 2009, 9:40 am BST

wwp909 | Performing Arts

Big Sky International Kite Festival 2009

Margate, Kent, England, UK

September 19, 2009, 4:04 to 4:38 pm BST (GMT+1)

wwp1208 | Best Of 2008

The Gig House

Happisburgh, Norfolk, England

December 31, 2008, 11:43 GMT

wwp908 | Color

Big Sky International Kite Festival

Margate, Kent, England, UK

Sunday 21 September 2008, 4:40pm BST (1540 GMT)

wwp608 | Elevation

The Weald of Kent from the Wye Downs

Wye National Nature Reserve, Kent, England, UK

22 June 2008, 1735 GMT (1835 British Summer Time)

wwp308 | Beginnings

Brochs - The Beginnings of Scotland's History of Castle-Building

Glen Beag, Highland Region, Scotland, UK

Sunday 23 March 2008, 4:01 pm GMT

wwp108 | Wrinkle Tribute

The Churchyard of St Gregory & St Martin, Wye

Wye, Kent, England, UK

22 December 2007, 4:39 - 4:46pm GMT

wwp1207 | Best of 2007

The Dining Room of the Uppark Dolls' House

South Harting, Petersfield, West Sussex, England, UK

19 October 2007, 12:15pm BST

wwp907 | Sustenance


Camber, East Sussex, England, UK

Sunday 23 September 2007, 1:06 - 1:24pm BST (12:06 - 12:24pm GMT)

wwp1206 | Best of 2006

The Spey and Feshie Valleys from Creag Far-leitire

Uath Lochan Nature Trail, Inshriach Forest, Highland Region, Scotland, UK

7 April 2006, 11.30am

wwp606 | Gardens

A few friends dropped in for a drink and a dip in the pool

Ashford, Kent, England, UK

3pm Friday 23 June - 7.25pm Sunday 25 June 2006

wwp306 | Borders

The White Cliffs of Dover

Dover, Kent, England, UK

20 March 2006, 16:43 GMT

wwp1205 | Best of 2005

Kent in Snow

North Downs, above Devil's Kneading Trough, England, UK

28 December 2005, 2:20pm

wwp905 | Energy


Ashford, Kent, UK

24 September 2005, 10:46 UTC (11:46 am BST)

wwp605 | Water

The Royal Military Canal

Near Kenardington, Kent, England, UK

Tuesday 21 June 2005, 18:53 BST (17:53 UTC)

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