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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. Since this will consists of a series of photos taken from one position as the camera is spun in a circle, a tripod is beneficial as it will give more consistent results. Second, pick a lightly overcast day, to achieve consistent lighting across the entire photo. Thirdly, ensure that your camera is affixed to the tripod, which is sitting on a flat surface. Continue to rotate the camera clockwise in approximately 25-degree increments, overlapping each photo as before. If you are planning on taking your SLR camera on holidays this year, read our on how to take great .

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The Mind-Blowing Mount Roraima Mount Roraima is the highest of the Pakaraima mountain chain in South America and one of the world’s most extraordinary natural geological formations. The 31 square kilometer summit area of Mount Roraima is defined by 400 meter tall cliffs on all sides and includes the borders of Brazil, Venezuela, and Guyana. The tabletop mountains of the Pakaraima’s are considered some of the oldest geological formations on Earth, dating back to over two billion years ago. The result is the staggering landscape of Mount Rariama which we tour below in photographs and video:

Amazing Tilt-Shift Van Gogh Paintings [16 Pics] Jan 10, 2011 Serena Malyon, an illustrator in her third year at the Alberta College of Art & Design, has taken the classics works of Vincent Van Gogh and added a contemporary twist. Using Photoshop, Serena has added the ’tilt-shift’ effect to Van Gogh’s paintings, providing a fresh perspective on these masterpieces. Maybe some HDR photographs of Ansel Adams work is next?

Pondly - StumbleUpon Article by James Pond I am the owner of Pondly.com / art lover / electrical engineer / software developer / MBA in e-business student. I blog for pleasure and love to share my Internet findings. Web site: 33 New Collection of Photoshop Tutorials To Look Forward To Let’s start the year with everything that’s fresh and new. Change is the only thing that’s constant in this world. It would either change your way of designing things or just do better. You may be one of those who wants to brighten the areas of your design or perhaps you may want to improve your styles in photoshop or even be motivated to make your own… This collection aims to increase the productivity of the world of design and creativity. Here is a collection of New Photoshop Tutorials for both beginners and advance learning to help out in your quest to learn more about certain techniques and styles in Photoshop. Let this collection be your guide to do better than best for the year 2011.

Top 10 Photos of the Week To me its far less about the photo and far more about where the photographer was sitting “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” – - Sir Winston Churchill To me its far less about the photo and far more about where the photographer was sitting “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” – - Sir Winston Churchill You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality

ABC News - Japan Earthquake: before and after Development: Andrew KesperSource: Google Aerial photos taken over Japan have revealed the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses. Hover over each satellite photo to view the devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami. Sendai Airport © Google, Digital Globe, GeoEye Hover over the image to toggle before/after 88 Brilliant Examples of Forced Perspective Photography Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera. There are many ways to attack photography and some are much more expensive than others.

Award-Winning Nature and Wildlife Photography by Burrard-Lucas - StumbleUpon This is a special edition and a first on PxlEyes: we have the pleasure of presenting 50 of the most incredible wildlife photos taken by a group, formed of two talented photographers. They’re called Burrard – Lucas and they are brothers! With numerous awards for their work, the young brothers from the UK had the privilege of traveling to many remote and wild locations from around the world. Their images were displayed in the Natural History Museum in London and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC. The main goal of their portofolio is to inspire people and encourage them to preserve the beautiful nature with its amazing flora and fauna.

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