Brad Templeton's Panoramic Photography
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Lesser quality European Panoramas

Lesser quality European Panoramas

This is Istanbul (was Constantinople) and the Bosphorus strait from the roof of the Hilton. A hazy town so not the best shot.

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A wide-angle shot of the Musee D'Orsay in Paris.

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The library at Ephesus. This town of Roman ruins is impressive and the restored library is the highlight. The moving people and lack of tripod made this a problematic panorama.

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Here's Istanbul at night. Exposure could have been better.

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They don't allow you to take a Tripod into the acropolis without an expensive permit. Yuck. This handheld panorama, a 360 degree view of hazy Athens, just didn't work out too well. Normally with moving people I use PhotoVista, but it couldn't handle this. Panorama Factory causes ghosts.

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The Corinthian canal. Attempted for thousands of years, finally finished in the early 20th century. The sloped walls make it seem deeper than it is.

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Mycenae, the ancient city of Agamemnon. The countryside is very hazy, detracting from this panorama but the city is interesting.

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Yalta, in the Crimea. Handheld with the Stylus Epic.

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A 24mm panorama, handheld, of the Potemkin steps in Odessa. Doesn't stitch that well.