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Panorama view of the River Plate in a stormy morning. Argentina.

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A few days ago I visited the fairly new London building called "The Shard", intending to shoot a full 360 degree panorama from one of the public viewing platforms. It turned out to be a frustrating business, as even the "open" platform had tall glass windows all round, which produced nasty reflections to impair the camera images. They were not all clean either. You can see the general view of the inside of the platform here:

http://www.johnhpanos.com/shard1/shard1.html (click the fullscreen button on the right)

Using a handheld Canon 5DII + 15mm fisheye I had to take many shots to cope with the reflections and inevitable parallax problems due to the wide platform. The stitching of 24 images was a nightmare and the result is far from perfect, but quite effective nevertheless:

http://www.johnhpanos.com/shard2/shard2.html

In case anyone has problems viewing the interactive panoramas, I generated a small cylindrical panorama from the above image to get:



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Very nice result indeed
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I think you did a terrific job.
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