I happen to love panoramic photography. It was one of the first creative photography forms that I ever experimented with.
About thirteen years ago, I went on a trip to Israel. For that trip, I bought my very first digital camera — a Canon Powershot A20. It was a simple point and shoot 2 megapixel (2 MP!) camera. However, it had a panorama mode and as soon as I discovered it, I began fooling around with it. Fast forward thirteen years later and I’m still creating panoramas.
This is a 360 degree panorama that I took in Times Square earlier this week. I happen to like Times Square as it’s one of the most vibrant, active and colorful places in the city. You can hear almost every language known to man spoken here. You can find people dressed in almost any conceivable fashion, style or costume. It truly deserves the moniker “Crossroads of the World.”
I created this panorama because (a) I like them and (b) I actually need to use this for another, upcoming photo project. Tune in next week to see what I do with this. 🙂