First attempt at a complete 360 (less the nadir, because I haven't sorted that out yet, still using John's excellent tutorials for guidance)

This church is a tiny little place about 30' x 15' and has no lighting in the building at all so the exposures for each frame were 1, 4 and 15 seconds to cover the dynamic range in the shadows and the stained glass windows. Taken with a 40D and 10-22mm lens (@10mm) on a NN3 shot in portrait mode. One row of 10 at 0 and then +45 and -45 plus zenith and nadir. There are a few funnies happening at the zenith and the NN3 is distorted so I need to correct those.