Panoramic photography is created by utilizing a tripod to take a series of overlapping images in a complete 360° “spheric” motion. After cleaning up and sorting the photos, they are “stitched” together, resulting in a distorted “spheric” image that is then retouched and rendered into a web-friendly html file.

The results are stunning, fully interactive images that can be panned up and down, left and right, that is controlled by you with mouse movements (or swiping on a mobile device).

Please feel free to explore the example below, and select from the many links I currently have to test the results from several locations in the Adirondacks and places around the country.


Please select from the list of links below to view just a few of the High Peaks I’ve photographed in fully interactive panorama during my many hikes in the region on my quest to become a 46er.