24. November 2007

Vertical Panoramas II – Tunnel Vision


Tunnel Panorama

Vertical panoramas are not only interesting under clear sky. The panorama at the left was shot in a tunnel.

The tunnel has a semi circled ceiling. The panorama was shot exactly from the center, so the semi circle transforms into straight lines.

I really like how the ceiling in this photo looks as if it was an upright wall with a paved ceiling at the top. :)

Topics: panoramaphototunnel

25. October 2007

Stuttgart, under the “subway” stop Mercedesstraße


Graffiti in Concrete Jungle

A landscape of concrete and graffiti under the stop Mercedesstraße of the daylight subway in Stuttgart. It is right next to the “Cannstatter Wasen” which is Stuttgart’s Oktoberfest and should be avoided at those times…

Nonetheless, I like the atmosphere of that place.

Topics: concretegraffitiphotophotographystuttgart

20. October 2007

Vertical Panoramas I – World on the Edge


Vertical Panorama - World on the Edge

How comes that most panoramas are horizontal?

I believe, vertical panoramas can provide a much more unusual perspective on the world.

I shot this panorama, for example, near Schloss Rosenstein in Stuttgart, Germany. A small path led through a green park down to a kind of viewing platform. From there you have a great view at… railway tracks and a cemented landscape. A beautiful contrast which is emphasized by the “falling” view on the world of the vertical panorama.

Topics: naturepanoramaphoto

14. September 2007

Lichtfaktor – Animated Light Paintings


Combine long exposure time and bright objects and you get beautiful images. You can find plenty of examples spread over the internet.

What is very uncommon, though, are animated light paintings. Lichtfaktor creates such beautiful animations. His myspace-profile contains various beautiful light paintings and this video:

Fascinating. :)

(via pasQualle via Nerdcore)

Topics: artexposurelightphoto

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