The new Jaguar XJ Ultimate super luxury saloon from Jaguar was launched in Beijing yesterday and so I’m delighted to now be able to share the interior 360 I shot. The car is perfect for those who want to be driven in the ultimate luxury. The interior is nothing short of incredible with tailor made […]
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Image of The Shard being constructed on 28 November 2010, captured from the North Bank of the River Thames, London. Click the ‘fullscreen’button in the bottom right-hand corner and then use the controls to zoom in for a closer look!
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 […]
Sheikh Zayed Road (SZR) is in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Sheikh Zayed Road is part of the E11 – the longest and best-known road in the UAE, linking some of the major cities of the Emirates. In Dubai it features some of the Emirate’s most impressive skyscraper architecture. This panorama shows the skyscrapers of Sheikh […]
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 […]
I’ve just added a new image to the high resolution panoramic photography gallery. This panorama is one I captured in Yosemite, California, and I love the detail in the image. This dramatic mountain road is high above a valley, and after the tunnel drops down into Yosemite. When you zoom right in, you can see […]
Views across the River Thames towards Canary Wharf – where One Canada Square (also known as Canary Wharf Tower), 8 Canada Square and the Citigroup Centre Tower are the three tallest buildings in sight. The O2 Arena (previously called the Millennium Dome) is also clearly visible on the London skyline.
London at dusk with views from Deptford over to the City of London with St Mary Axe (the Gherkin), Tower 42 and St Paul’s Cathedral visible. To the West the Millennium Wheel (London Eye) is illuminated on the skyline. Many of Will Pearson’s panoramas are available at gigapixel resolution and can be printed at massive […]
Cohen and Steers is a a London-based investment firm. They commissioned a number of large panoramic prints to decorate their offices, and you can see how this looks in situ here in this virtual tour. If you click on the hotspots within the tour, you can see close-ups of the panoramas.
Image © Will Pearson 2008 When I go on trips I always try to capture lots of virtual tour footage as well as taking panoramic shots. When I get back, often the project’s demands mean that all of the other shots are left dormant until I have time to work on them.
© Will Pearson 2008 I have added a new image to the portfolio – a striking black and white image showing the London Eye (Millennium Wheel) on the South Bank in London. The London Eye is in the centre of the image, but there are other well known London landmarks in view –
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 […]
Image © Will Pearson 2009. I have just launched a version of my portfolio of interactive 360 virtual tours on the iPhone, so they can be viewed wherever you are.
We have just launched an area of the site called (unsurprisingly!) ‘Stock Images’ which is intended to be an archive of my panoramic photography, split by category, making it easy for clients to look through and select an appropriate panoramic stock shot. There are currently four categories – cityscapes, landscapes, alternate perspective and London.
Image © Will Pearson. I travelled to Salvation Mountain. Having got lost on the way, I stopped in a back street in Niland and asked a young woman the way. She gave me perfect directions and said ‘Say “Hi” to Leonard for me.’ Everybody knows Leonard Knight.
The Salton Sea is an incredible place. An enormous inland sea, created by accident when irrigation went hopelessly wrong. The Americans did their best to make good of the disaster, marketing the Salton Sea as a holiday destination – which worked for a while. In the 1950s, stars flocked here, Frank Sinatra, the Marx Brothers […]
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, […]
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 […]