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I had the honor to create 360 degree panoramas of this lovely store in Riggisberg called Särnefee. It’s an art-deco store with loads of treasures and beautiful things.
I also did their website and the detail photos in the store (mostly used as backgrounds on the website).
Two 360 degree panoramas on a lovely autumn day on the Grenchenberg for the website starting with a little-planet view.
I also did their website back in 2015.
Here’s the 360 degree walk through the EinAusStellung 2017
I also did the website for the art-expo. All in good old html hand typing with modern components like Bootstrap and jQuery plus a contact form
I am participating in the 3rd edition of the EinAusStellung in Thun.
I am showing the photographic landscape series “Eiche”.
I a proud to be a new owner of a Nikon D810. This is the best camera I ever hel in my hands. The design is just wow. Already when you pick her up, you ralize that this body is made for professionals (oh, wait, that’s sexist…). The features and the way the buttons are setup is very well thought through. Compared to the Canon D1100 I had, it’s a complete different realm. And off course, the best thing about the D810 is the pictures it delivers. The Sensor is a beast and the dynamic range it produces is phenomanal.
I was split between the D750 and the D810. The D810 has the best Sensor you can get in a DSLR today. The D750 has a lot of new features like built in WiFi, swivel screen, awesome filming features etc. But for me the main reason to go for the D810 was the sensor. I am taking pictures of peoples paintings so they can print them in various sizes and therefore I need all the pixels I can get. Plus I was able to score a used body for the price of a new D750 at a professional shop. The body has only 9k exposures and Nikon warranty until the end of next year. So after almost a year of reserch and debates with myslef, the decision was easy.