A Japanese book about VR photography, featuring Autopano and Panotour

Friday, January 6th, 2012
Yasushi Kumon has just published a very detailled book about image-stitching and VR photography. The author reviews several hardware items including Nodal Ninja panoramic heads and a selection of software applications, including Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga and Panotour Pro. This book is written in Japanese. We are proud to be in it and we hope the publisher will translate it in English and other languages ;)

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Interview: original image stitchings with Autopano by Ryszard Horowitz

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Interview: original image stitchings with Autopano by Ryszard Horowitz Ryszard Horowitz is a famous photographer born in Poland back in 1939 and living in New York. He is known as a pioneer in special effects photography, which he practised before digital photography even existed. He came into panoramic photography very recently and he likes to use the stitching techniques as a tool to introduce special effects in his photos. He has just published a book showing very original stitched photographs of the city of Poznan, Poland. We asked him a few questions about his carreer and this particular project.

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The Panobook 2011 is now available! Discover the 156 most beautiful panoramic photos of the year.

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Panobook 2011 - The 156 most beautiful panoramic photos of the year The Panobook 2011 is finally available! From this year’s contest emerged 156 fabulous panoramas selected from more than a thousand images by a jury of professional photographers known for their attachment to the panoramic format (Jean-Francois O’Kane, Matthias Taugwalder, Harald Woeste).

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Panobook 2011: a first preview!

Thursday, May 12th, 2011
The book of panoramic photos Kolor Panobook 2011, created from the annual contest organized by Kolor, will be available at the beginning of June. Awaiting the book release, here is a preview of some of the 156 very beautiful panoramas included in the book. Congratulations again to all the contributors!

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Melbourne Symmetry: a book of 70 panoramas by an Autopano user

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

186RED, an Australian publishing company, let us know about Melbourne Symmetry, a book of panoramic images that has just been published. Melbourne Symmetry is a high quality, hardcover, 112 page, full colour photography book of the city of Melbourne, Australia. Con Hionis is the photographer of all 70 cylindrical panoramas included in this book. All [...]

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Bertrand Bodin shoots Vauban’s major sites

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

As we announced it a few weeks ago, we dedicate today an article to the new book of French photographer Bertrand Bodin: “Vauban, les sites majeurs”. This book comes after a first one released last year: “Briançon, Vauban et son empreinte”. Vauban (1633-1707) was the most important military engineer of his age. He designed new [...]

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Interview of ‘Chartres en Lumières’ event photographer

Monday, February 25th, 2008

François Delauney is a French photographer based in Chartres, not far from the famous cathedral. He deals with several photography fields: architecture, industry, decors, and studio shots. He is the author of the photos published in the book ‘Chartres en Lumières 2007’, shot during the annual colored floodlight of the city monuments, last September. For [...]

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