Pilgrim Monument (little planet)

Pilgrim Monument Provincetown 

In Provincetown, Massachusetts you can climb the Pilgrim Monument to view the harbor or simply visit the museum at the base that commemorates the Pilgrims and pays tribute to Provincetown’s vibrant and historic maritime past.

 

Photographing the monument from the ground is a challenge. This image was made using a fisheye lens and is comprised of 18 individual exposures that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer.

 

Cape Cod Museum of Art (little planet)

Cape Cod Museum of Art-Optimized

“Cape Cod Museum of Art,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on August 31, 2011 in East Dennis, MA. This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Yarmouth Church (little planet)

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“Yarmouth Church,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on April 26, 2012, along the Old King’s Highway in Yarmouth, MA. This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Scargo Tower (little planet)

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“Scargo Tower,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made on July 20, 2011, at the popular lookout tower in East Dennis, MA. This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Tracy Volkswagen-Audi (little planet)

Tracy VW Audi-Optimized

“Tracy Volkswagen-Audi,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on Christmas Day, 2012, in Hyannis, MA. This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Chatham Light (Dawn’s Early Light II little planet)

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Chatham Light LP3_DxO-Optimized

“Dawn’s Early Light II,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on August 2, 2011, at the popular lighthouse in Chatham, MA. This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Old Coast Guard Headquarters (little planet)

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This “little planet” of the old Coast Guard Headquarters, is a 360-degree panoramic comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The second photograph is an equirectangular projection of the same image, made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on December 12, 2011, in Eastham, MA.

Sears Library (little planet)

Sears_Library-Optimized

“Sears Library,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on August 23, 2011 in East Dennis, MA.This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”

Highland Light aka Cape Cod Light (little planet)

Highland Light Optimized

“Highland Light,” a 360-degree panoramic, is comprised of 18 individual exposures taken with a “fisheye” lens that were painstakingly blended and stitched together using complex algorithms calculated with a high-powered computer. The image was made at dawn, the “Golden Hour,” on April 29, 2012 at Highland Light, also known as Cape Cod Light, in Truro, MA.  This creatively distorted panorama is known among fine art photography enthusiasts as a “little planet.”