One of the last 30 panoramas we shot and produced for Perisher Ski Resort in the Australian Snowy Mountains. This panorama is one of almost 100 images that are displayed on Perisher's website and on the interactive map we also produced.
When shooting at night use a tripod and remote shutter release, or at least the timer, so as not to shake the camera when using slow shutter speeds. Try a few different exposures.
This is a 'Little Planet' projection of a complete 360 Degree Panorama at Perisher in the Snowy Mountains of Australia. Little Planets are a funky method to display panoramas.
The best panoramas and equirectangular images to project as little planets are ones with a good clear space in the sky region of the image.
One of my prides and joy. A multiple exposure pan of Ben (A Bondi local high-flyer) jumping at the Bondi Beach Skate Park. After blending in PTGui Pro and some heavy work in Photoshop the resulting (in our opinion) astounding image is active, vibrant and visually exciting. Although I believe a well shot image is one that does not need any touching up in Photoshop sometimes there are situations which suit the medium. This image was clearly one of those - and i love it!!
When editing graphic images don't over do it. Sometimes less is more. Save your work often! - losing hours of work can be frustrating to say the least.
We have developed a software called 360ViPro to play panoramas on iPhones and iPads – a fantastic method for displaying your business on the run. See a demo on your iDevice.