Scrolling around this 360 panorama you’ll see The Park, lovely landscaped gardens in Downtown Dubai. However it’s only when you scroll up that you can really get a perspective on what makes this location different. The Burj Khalifa is the worlds tallest building and here you can gaze up from the foot to the peak […]
360 Panorama overlooking thec skyscrapers of Dubai from the fairways of The Montgomerie Golf Course in Dubai, UAE.
A high resolution interactive 360 of the interior of the new Mercedes C-Class Estate. The photography had to be a high resolution to showcase the high quality finish of the car including nappa leather and brushed aluminium. The shoot was technically challenging, and after a day in the studio the final image was produced over […]
Today the 360 virtual tour of the Tardis which I shot for the BBC has gone live. The BBC have used the virtual tour to provide lots of exciting content to Doctor Who fans, including a short film giving users a tour of the Tardis, special messages from characters, Tardis facts, wallpaper downloads and conceptual […]
Earlier this year, I travelled to Louisville, Kentucky and had the opportunity to spend a little time wandering around the city. Louisville is famed as the home of the Kentucky Derby, but sadly as my visit didn’t coincide with the racing, I was left to find other locations of interest in the city. Being fascinated […]
Millennium Park is known to the locals as ‘Downtown Chicago’s front lawn’ and it is part of Grant Park within the Chicago Loop area. Millennium Park Chicago is a major venue for free concerts in the city. This virtual tour shows the view underneath the state of the art sound system attached to the stainless […]
The BP Bridge (properly known as the BP Pedestrian Bridge) runs from the Millennium Park to Daley Bicentennial Plaza both within Grant Park, Chicago. The bridge was designed by Frank Gehry (the architect for the Guggenheim Museums) in deconstructivist style. The bridge is 935 feet (285 metres) long and snakes around, forming a sound barrier […]
This 360 virtual tour was captured on the impressive Wacker Drive in Chicago, USA. Looking closely at the sides of the river shows you what’s so different about Wacker Drive – it’s double (and at one point even triple) decked. This feature has made Wacker Drive a popular film location for car chases and you […]
Anish Kapoor, the British born sculptor, won the competition for the sculpture in Millennium Park Chicago, on the AT&T Plaza, beating other luminaries of the art world such as Jeff Koons. His work, titled ‘Cloud Gate’ is affectionately known to native Chicagoans as ‘the Bean’. Cloud Gate’s scale is impressive – 20 metres long by […]
A 360 virtual tour of the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi. Rumoured to have cost around £2 billion to build, it is the world’s most expensive hotel.
Sheikh Zayed Mosque Virtual Tour – the full name of the mosque is Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque, but it is also known to the locals as the Grand Mosque. The mosque was conceived by the late Sheikh Zayed, the ruler of Abu Dhabi and president of the UAE from 1971-2004, and also […]
Centre Point was for many people a symbol of everything that was wrong with British architecture and property development. Its design was considered ugly, and it lay empty for more than 15 years as that was considered more profitable than leasing the space. Now however, Centre Point is a grade II listed building. This virtual […]
The Queen’s Walk is part of the South Bank Centre, a complex of buildings dedicated to the arts located on the South Bank of the River Thames. At the South Bank, there’s the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, The Hayward and the Poetry Library, and is Europe’s largest venue for […]
All images © Will Pearson I’m back from exhibiting at the 9th Shanghai International Photographic Art Exhibition in China, and it was a pretty incredible experience. I was able to spend a few days travelling around Shanghai and the outskirts as well as spending time at the exhibition. We had a fairly hectic press conference, […]
Formerly a racecourse which had been built by the British in the 19th century (before gambling and racing were banned by the communist government in 1949), People’s Park (Renmin Gongyuan in Pinyin Chinese) is now a popular park with jogging or bike-riding locals, and a destination for the family evening stroll. Tourists flock here to […]
The Edison Downtown was L.A.’s first ever power plant, built in 1910 by Thomas Higgins, a copper baron. After spending many years derelict and underwater, it was finally rescued by Andrew Meieran and Marc Smith, who have created an incredible post-industrial venue for Los Angeles bar-goers. The Edison wanted a set of virtual tours which […]
The Grand Hyatt Shanghai occupies the top 36 floors of the Jin Mao Tower, and topping out at 421m (1,380ft) it makes it the highest hotel in the world. These virtual tours allow you to gaze upwards to the top of the Jin Mao Tower as dusk falls.
Panoramic photographer Will Pearson has created a series of exciting new interactive and still panoramas for fetish fashion brand Mother of London. The images promote Mother of London’s latest collection, and include both still panoramas and interactive virtual tours. These panoramas and fashion virtual tours can also be presented as large-scale panoramic prints. Interactive catwalk […]
Leonard Knight started to build ‘Salvation Mountain’ in 1984. Constructed entirely from adobe, paint and window putty with oddments of found objects, it rises out of the barren desert landscape as an incredible example of Folk Art. Sleeping in a truck on site, Leonard is constantly adding to the mountain to help spread the message […]
Creating massive scarring on the landscape, quarries can over time, become places of surreal beauty themselves, reclaimed for plants and wildlife. These panoramas show the early stage of this reclamation of an abandoned quarry in the Peak District in Derbyshire.
Tour Los Angeles’ Pacific coastline virtually with this set of 360 panoramas of some of the beaches around Los Angeles.
Death Valley is a place of extremes. In the USA it holds records for these extremes: the hottest place (134°F / 56.7°C), the lowest place (86m below sea level), the darkest night sky in the USA. Since being designated as a National Monument, Death Valley has grown to 3.4 million acres, and is one of […]
Zabriskie Point is a dramatic natural feature in Death Valley, California, formed by sediment from an ancient lake, long since dried up. Named after the vice-president of the Pacific Coast Borax Company, it was made famous as the location of the love scene in Antonioni’s 1970 film, Zabriskie Point.
The Devil’s Golf Course is a huge area of of rock salt left behind when the lake which used to cover the area evaporated about 10,000 years ago. The rock salt has been formed by the elements into jagged peaks. The area was apparently named for a line in a 1930’s National Park Service Death […]
Driving down the Interstate 10 by Palm Springs, you come across the San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm – a massive 4,000 windmill wind farm which generates enough energy for the Palm Springs area and the entire Coachella Valley. The area is a fantastic site for a wind farm as the pass between the San Bernardino […]
An accident in irrigation in 1905 led to the creation of the Salton Sea, a vast inland sea 69 metres below sea level in Southern California. The area became known for watersports, and after the introduction of fish to the sea, for sport fishing. By the 1950’s it was a thriving holiday destination with more […]
One of the most beautiful places on earth, the Scottish Highlands have a magic that is all their own. These panoramas, captured near the small village of Arisaig illustrate the beauty and calm of the area. Sparsely populated, there was once a thriving community here before the people were shipped to Nova Scotia as part […]
Bodie was a gold rush town in the 1880’s and boomed to a population of 10,000 people, all hoping to make their fortune. Rumoured to have had 65 saloons, the town attracted miners, shopkeepers, newspapermen, prostitutes and gunslingers from all over America – and allegedly there was a man killed every day there. In the […]
A collection of virtual tours captured around San Francisco California. Including Union Square and the surrounding area.
Bodie is an original ghost town from the Californian gold rush in the late 1800’s. Bodie itself is now maintained, according to the State of California, in a state of “arrested decay”. Close to Bodie, this caravan’s decay is certainly not arrested as being used for target practice site gradually decimates it. Use your mouse […]