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Harald Woeste lives in Bonn, Germany where he works as a designer and photographer for international clients. Digital photograhic panoramas was the subject of his thesis at the "Universitaet der Kuenste" in Berlin, and it has become one of the tools for his work as an artist and designer. One of the widely recognized projects of Harald Woeste is the panoramic capture of the exhibit "Einstein, Engineer of the Universe" in Berlin.
This book could be the best of all on the subject or not!
I think this book can be used as a reference or as a school's book for quick acknowledgements about systems or properties of some aspects of the panoramic photography.
While there is considerable written discussion / explanation, it is well written and very interesting to read.
This is a phenomenal book for figuring out how to capture quality landscape panoramas. From hardware to software, techniques to guidelines, I can't write how much this book has... Read morePublished 10 days ago by jb boyd
I did not like the price.above 100 $ for a book of few pages
is too expensive. bad bad bad
just the right beginig for everyone who wants to entrace into the Spherical photography world.... after this a lot of practice and that`s itPublished on December 15, 2011 by Dave77
This is the reference book on pano photography, which if you just start out, it is a must read. It is very informative with full of reference products related to this type of... Read morePublished on February 25, 2011 by bpham
This is quite a technical exploration of panorama construction, focusing more on angles and planes perhaps rather than composition. Read morePublished on October 26, 2010 by Shelleyrae
I was detirmined to make panoramic photography my specialty, so I bought every book on the subject and this was the only one that I needed to become an expert on this subject.Published on October 20, 2010 by Jack
the book is full of very well explained examples. It was really useful to me beacause It really fullfilled the gaps I had in my selfmade panoramic photographer formation. Read morePublished on August 11, 2010 by Marcos Reis Dantas
+3 Stars go to the satisfactory overview of history, equipment, techniques, & software available.
-1 Star because of *slightly, but still apparent* outdated equipment &... Read more
... This book could be the best of all on the subject or not!
If you are interested only by tutorials about the stitcher you are using or interested only in a particular... Read more