PanoramasThese are composite photographs made by taking several pictures in a radial fashion and pasting them together.
Click on the little pictures to see the big picture.
June 24, 2008. In downtown Seattle, there is a bus tunnel. It has a feel like a subway station.
September 16, 2006. Descending the D1091 highway down toward Le Freney-d'Oisans, you run into a few tunnels. That water is the Lac du Chambon.
June 14, 2004. From a condo in Fraser ("icebox of the nation"), Colorado. Jenni and I stayed there with family.
March 18, 2004. The interior of our new house. The exposure is tricky on a shot like this: all the pieces need to have the same exposure, but the range of lighting is really huge. The result here is that the windows are pure white.
I shot this May 7, 2003. This is the interior of Gould Hall on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle. I lecture in this building, but my classroom is nowhere near as cool as this space. Oh well. The big picture is vertically oriented.
This is a shot of Red Square at the University of Washington on March 20, 2003. There was a rally there in connection with a city-wide student walk-out in protest against the war on Iraq.
I shot this panorama soon after election day, 2002. It looks like a corner, but it's not: it's about 180 degrees of the north side of 45th Street in Seattle.
This is me on the second floor of my apartment with my stuff. This shows what happens if your camera isn't really shooting horizontally.
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