Dave Sieg's Panorama ShowPlace

Since I was a kid, I've always been fascinated by panorama photography. Over the years, I've taken numerous photos with a standard camera, just by clicking off an exposure, turning a few degrees, clicking off another one, and so on until I have a series of images that makes up a super-wide angle view. Not all of them go completely around, but they are every bit as breathtaking. I've been playing with viewers and working on merging them together into a single continuous image, and these are my results so far.

PLEASE NOTE: Some of these panoramas are quite large and may take a few seconds to load into your browser depending on the speed of your connection. Click on the thumbnail panorama image below that you want to view. Your browser must have Java enabled to use the VirtualViewer. You can zoom in/out, with the +/- buttons, or you can pan left/right/up/down by dragging your mouse on the image.


Hurricaine Mills, Tennessee 2002


J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2001


Idlewild, California, 2003


Shenandoah Valley, Virginia 2003


J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2001


Winter Sunset, Konnarock, Virginia 2002


Camping Trip, Roan Mountain Campground 2001


Pacific Ocean near LimeKiln State Park, California, 2001


Beauty Spot, Unaka Mountain, 2001


White Top Mountain, Virginia, 2001


Near Richlands, Virginia, 2001


Power Switchyard, Kingsport, Tennessee, 2004


J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2001


J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2001


J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2001


Copyright © 2005

David W. Sieg.