If a picture is worth a thousand words then a panorama must be worth ten thousand, especially a 360° (spherical) interactive panorama where you can look all around.
Welcome to Hugh’s world of panoramas …
This site is being developed to relate specifically to panoramic photography to show the potential of this media and how it is able to convey much more than words or single images.
The interactive panoramas may take time to load with a slow Internet connection, so if your computer appears to have frozen, please be patient.
As explained in www.hugh360.co.uk anyone with a camera and related software can create their own panoramas, but not everyone is willing to learn the skills required or invest in the equipment to provide superior results, which is where I can provide a service at reasonable cost plus travel and accommodation costs if the site is not close to my home in North Dorset.
My skills are in recording and creating the panoramas which can be incorporated into websites by their authors. Should you require both the panoramic photography and website development this can be provided in conjunction with binarylab.com as in the work carried out for Keith Prowse. Some of the panoramas shown on this page are created by a joint cooperation between binarylab.com and 360hugh.co.uk.
My contact address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
To pan around the 360° Panoramas hold down the Left Mouse Key and to Zoom In and Out use the Mouse Wheel.
The 360° Panoramas can also be navigated using the Icons at the bottom centre of the screen, which will enlarge when the Mouse is hovered over them.
Pan Left Pan Right Pan Up Pan Down Full Screen Home Zoom In Zoom Out
To navigate between the 360° Panoramas for Tours with more than one Panorama click on the Arrows or use the Thumbnail Slider in the top left of the image.
The Thumbnail Slider can be toggled off and on with the small Icon just above the top left corner of the Thumbnail Slider.
Please click the images below to be taken to the relevant page…
This site has primarily been developed to relate to interactive 360° (spherical) panoramas.
Visit www.hugh360.co.uk for information on creating panoramas and links to panorama related sites.