- portfoliosBelow are galleries containing sets of images. Cityscapes Landscapes Alternate Perspective Rain Project
- 360In addition to panoramic stills photography, I also create interactive 360 virtual tours. These 360s enable the viewer to step inside an image, viewing a full 360° around the scene. You can find a a small selection of my favourite interactive 360 virtual tours below, just click the thumbnails. I have captured a wide variety of interactive panoramas over the years – from city skylines to desert landscapes, from festivals to fashion, from architecture to alternative energy. Make sure you use the ‘FULLSCREEN’ button to see the 360 virtual tours with maximum impact. Please visit my virtual tour company to see more (corporate) examples.
Gigapixel and High Resolution Panoramas
A high resolution panorama overlooking Trafalgar Square, London, as the lights come on to illuminate Nelson’s Column, the Landseer lions and the fountains. The National Gallery, St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Canada House, and South Africa House can all be seen around the square with the London Coliseum (home of the English National Opera) in the background.
London panorama taking in the view across London. Some south London landmarks can be seen including Battersea Power Station, Waterloo Station and the BFI Imax, and the front of the Imperial War Museum between the trees. View at fullscreen and zoom in to see the detail and you will pick out many more London sights including Somerset House, Shellmex, Charing …
Deep Zoom Panorama taking in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China, looking out onto the dramatic structure of the Oriental Pearl Tower (Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower). Looking to the far left of the panorama you can zoom in to see the French Concession. The Bund is on the far side of the Huangpu River in the middle of …
Here you can really look into the City – the panorama is incredibly high resolution so whilst you can stay panned back to take in the views over the Barbican to the Heron Tower, Tower 42, The Gherkin at St Mary Axe, the new Rothschilds Bank HQ at St Swithin’s Lane and the Shard, go fullscreen and zoom in to …
London’s tall landmarks bound together in one panoramic image as the sun sets on an autumn evening. From Earl’s Court, Kensington Gardens and the Albert Hall towards the west, then across the Serpentine to the iconic Battersea Power Station, Crystal Palace, Big Ben, the London Eye, Thames House at Vauxhall Cross (the MI5 building), Westminster Cathedral, Shellmex House, The Shard, …
This image was shot as part of a commission for the cable car across the Thames, the Emirates Air Line. It was captured near Royal Victoria Docks and takes in a huge view across South and East London, and distant landmarks like the QEII Bridge at Dartford. You can zoom in and explore in detail as the image is incredibly …
London’s brief stillness in the minutes after rush hour has ended before the evening’s activity truly begins. The panorama takes in most of London’s major landmarks from The Shard to Canary Wharf, The City of London with St Paul’s Cathedral, with the Thames dividing the city and the Tate Tower bisecting the image.
Twilight panoramic view from the Renzo Piano building – London’s tallest and most spectacular new skyscraper, The Shard London Bridge.
High resolution 360 interactive panorama shot from the crane at the top of the Shard, London Bridge. The Shard is the tallest building in the European Union and the viewing gallery will open to the public in 2013.