The Morgan motor car is 100 years old and they have decided to mark it with a years of events. The cars are made in their factory in Malvern Link but it was decided to hold the event a few miles down the road so there was plenty of space. These are the first 5 panoramas I shot on Saturday. Unfortunately it was damp and drizzly pretty well all day, so not really showing the cars outside looking at their best.
Luckily Sunday turned out to be a complete contrast to Saturday with lovely blue skies and while clouds, so I took the opportunity to shoot more panoramas. To see those you'll have to wait as I haven't processed them yet, but you can see some of my "normal" photographs on my flickr account.
For those interested the panoramas were created using a Nikon D300, 10.5mm fisheye lens, Nodal Ninja 5 head, and a Manfrotto 055xprob tripod. 6 horizontal shots angled at 15 degrees down and a single zenith shot. All stitched and processed in PTGui Pro and Pano2Vr.
I enjoyed watching your 360¬? panorama.
There is only one thing I do not like : the auto-rotation option.
To me, this is disturbing.
When I am watching a detail and enjoying it, I do not like the fact that the panorama decide to start rotation again.