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Destinations


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Destinations


Africa

Africa

Antarctica

Antarctica

Europe

Europe

Asia

Asia

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Oceania

Oceania

North America

North America

South America

South America

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Australia


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Australia


New South Wales

New South Wales

South Australia

South Australia

Western Australia

Western Australia

Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

Victoria

Victoria

Northern Territory

Northern Territory

Queensland

Queensland

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360°


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360°


Full spherical 360° panoramas are an amazing way to explore the world. I was introduced to this form of photography by Tony Redhead, an industry veteran who has worked in the field of computers and digital imaging for the past 30 years. Tony has become my mentor and most importantly a very dear friend. 

There are many challenges to developing full spherical 360° panoramas however I think the greatest challenge is image composition. Framing a shot that is 360 x 180 degree where literally everything you see will be in the final photograph mean you have to choose your timing and position very carefully. I love it! 


Asia

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United Kingdom

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  • Berkshire
  • Cornwall
  • Lancashire
 

North America

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