360 Panoramas: Create a gallery like Photojournalist Chris Lee is doing at the St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training
These 360 Panorama photos from St. Louis Post-Dispatch photojournalist Chris Lee are a lot of fun. Lee is down covering the Cardinals in Spring Training in Jupiter, Fla. You can even click on the Panorama tag and see other panos the Post-Dispatch has run. For the ones from Jupiter, Lee seems to be using a program called PTgui Panorama Stitching software. There is a trial version that is pretty limited or you could buy a copy for $109. You can see the program pricing here.
If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable though to create some 360 panoramas with, you could download 360 Panorama in the iTunes store. It’s 99 cents and can be found here.
A panoramic gallery would be a great addition to any scholastic news site and would be a lot of fun for your visitors. Are you creating panos at your school? Would love to see some links in the comments below.
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We’ve found a few ways to use them. These were part of team coverage of the cafeteria building before it closed its doors for the last time <http://elestoque.org/2013/02/15/news/photo-tour-cafeteria/>. And here’s a fun one from a restaurant review <http://elestoque.org/2012/12/11/entertainment/food-islands-restaurant-grand-opening-held-dec-11/>.