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About Me

Who Am I?

My name is Jan, aka Mookseberg, living in Mook, The Netherlands.

I started panoramic photography just out of curiosity years ago using a simple camera. I still use the same camera, sometimes with, but mostly without a tripod. No fancy panohead for even better panoramic results.

The Pano Website

In time the number of panoramic pictures grew and I decided to publish a website in 2Ø1Ø with all the panoramic images. To me it seemed - and still seems - worthwhile to show beautiful landscapes and historic sites with panoramic imaginary.

You are witness of the third consecutive website that I built, dedicated to panoramic pictures. This website has moved with the times and the ´look and feel´ meets all contemporary requirements. Have I mentioned that building websites is also what I do in my spare time.

The main features of this website are being explained in the next section.

For You

It´s my privilige to show you these panoramic pictures, just for free and to show you our marvellous world. For me it combines both taking panoramic pictures and showing them on this website.

Panoramic pictures today are used in many professional industries. In the last years I performed some work for other parties adding panoramic pictures to their website, and thus adding value for their visitors.

Feel free to contact me on my Contact section and ask for a quote.

Picture above: Valencia, the city of arts and science

Main Features Of This Website

The actual panoramic pictures can be viewed at the Panoramas section.

To make your choice easier Filter buttons are available at the top of the Panoramas section. View ´All´ the panoramas or choose a ´Specific´ filter.

To open a certain panorama, click on the picture. At first you will see a country- and cityname. Once opened you will see a smaller version of the panorama. In the panorama window itself buttons are available at the bottom and one of them is for Fullscreen. Below the panorama you can click for the exact location of the panorama.


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Learn More About Panoramic Photography

A panorama is "...a wide-angle view or representation of a physical space, whether in painting, drawing, photography, film/video, or a three-dimensional model...".               Panoramic photography is nowadays the most common method for creating wide views. Digital photography has greatly simplified the process of showing panoramic views, by means of image-stitching. Images can be stitched into partial, cylindrical or spherical panoramas. A lot of stitching software is nowadays available, both free and paid.

The YouTube video at the left explains how to shoot good panoramic pictures and how to stitch them with AutoPano.


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More Info

Quotes

360° and partial panoramas.

See the beauty of the world.

World wide panoramic pictures.

Historical and famous sites.

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Panoramas on the Map

Pano Clusters


  • Cluster > 19 markers

  • Cluster > 9 markers

  • Cluster > 1 marker

  • 1 flag = 1 marker
  • Hover over the Clusters or Flags
  • Use the Google Maps controls

Get In Touch

Contact Details

If you want to contact me for whatever reason, please use the contact form at the right. Your message will be sent by e-mail to me.

Your information will only be used to reply to you and will not be used for commercial purposes, nor shared with third parties.


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