BBC Television Centre - 360 panorama

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    this is a new version of a 360 i couldn't quite make work before, with autostitch but came together using autopano pro. Translated the equirectangular projection into a stereographic projection using the flexify plugin for photoshop. The original 360 panorama used around 100 shots. It has also been tonemapped using photomatix - to bring up some of the shadows.

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    if you came here from a google search and are looking for the 360 park panorama - please click on the thumbnail on the right. for some reason the image in google image seraches goes to this rather than the park picture.

    moley75, RishiDutt, Andrew Burdett, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Just Once ages ago | reply

      That's really amazing! So wonderful! i hope one day i can visit it myself!

    2. industrious road [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Great one!

    3. the plastic man ages ago | reply

      brilliant.just brill.

    4. Destinys Agent ages ago | reply

      Pretty bloomin' amazing!

    5. Josh Sommers ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Flexify, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    6. David Matthew Parker ages ago | reply

      Makes me dizzy. But I love it.

    7. paulsimpson1976 ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Flickr Friends of The Twentieth Century Society, and we'd love to have this added to the group.

      Flickr Friends of the Twentieth Century Society is a related but independent Flickr group which seeks to support the Twentieth Century Society and its work. The Twentieth Century Society itself campaigns for the preservation of Britain's architectural heritage from 1914 onwards. You can find out more information about the society and its work by clicking here.

      I especially like you to consider adding this image to the group since English Heritage as put forward BBC Television Centre forward for listing to protect it. For more information on this you can click here.

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