In order to create a , you do not need to be an expert photographer or own expensive photography equipment. You just need to have a standard SLR camera, tripod and a 360-degree panorama software package and of course a good panorama to shoot. Follow these successfully achieving professional results in . First, pick a spot that is equidistant from every point in your photo. You should not have to zoom in and out. My Photography Tutorials - 360 Degree Reverse Photography - Gallery
Zooplankton—Greek for "drifting animal"—are tiny creatures that cannot swim enough to overcome currents. They range in size from single-cells to larger copepods, krill, shrimp, and jellyfish, and are a vital part of the marine food web. They feed on microscopic plants called phytoplankton. Under Arctic Ice | The Ocean Portal | Smithsonian Institution
Awesome Banana Carving Art – Picture Gallery
50 Images from National Geographic`s 2010 Photo Contest This is one of the most anticipated annual photo contests. The deadline for the submissions is on November 30th so if you have an interesting photo, submit it. Below you can see 50 images collected from different categories. An Indian wrestler smears mud on his head before starting wrestling in Kolkata, India, March 30, 2010. Wrestling is one of the oldest sports in India.
Most Amazing Time Lapse Video of Milky Way Ever Made. Seriously.
First Light by *SoberDreamer on deviantART The first light of morning sun spilling out across the clouds that cover a sleeping world. Made with a really tall ladder, j/k. It's 3d, not photographic. This is an interactive panorama!Left click to pan around the scene or use the navigation controls.
Hurricane Katrina killed this clown. According to the photographer, “An abandoned Six Flags amusement park, someone spray painted ‘Six Flags 2012 coming soon’ on the wall above the downed head. But they were clownin.’ Creepy, Crusty, Crumbling: Illegal Tour of Abandoned Six Flags New Orleans [75 Pics]
The diversity within South America is staggering, mountains, glaciers, deserts and waterfalls. It has them all. Over the course of six months I travelled down Chile, up Argentina, around Bolivia and through to Peru. What I saw and experienced along the way will live with me forever. As we arrived at a small village in Bolivia I spotted this group playing a game of football. Tom Robinson Travel Photography: Central America