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New York, Manhattan, Night

    This shooting was technically difficult and we have been planning it for several years. The idea itself came to us in 2007 after we had created such panorama with the help of a 4-meter pole. In January 2010 we chose time, arrived in New York and shot night sphere from the window of the Millennium Hotel.

    There was number of key difficulties.

    The first one and the most obvious is a shooting out of the window with long exposures in darkness. We haven't seen the other examples of night shooting with an external pole in the Internet yet and we feel proud to do something for the first time in the world :)

    The same shooting with the external pole is always made at day time because the pole with a camera swings from the wind with amplitude of 10-15 cm like an aspen leaf.  And for that reason the short exposures are needed to take photos.

    It is clear that it is impossible to realize such shooting in darkness as well as to stand a tripod out of the window. That is why we finally decided to set the tripod out of the window  :)

    Truly speaking, the tripod was in the room and a fastening system assured one and a half meter long bar which had been combined from two elements by RRS to be out of the window.

   

    In order 5 kg construction (camera, object glass, panoramic head and fastening) wouldn't fly down together with the tripod we used a counterbalance consisted of 3 big Cola-Cola bottles. The bottles were put in a plastic bag and were hung on the bar inside the room.

    The second difficulty was a depth of field. The field must be from 40 cm to infinity and we couldn't close a diaphragm much because of the long exposures. A focusing on hyperfocal distance resulted unsatisfactory. Besides, we couldn't put the camera further too because we needed to be able to handle it to rotate. Finally, we decided to use a method which is usually used in a landscape photography (well, we are actually the landscape photographers :)) and named "sharpness compensation". Speaking in brief, the city was shot with the focus on infinity but the room, our window and the closest windows of the hotel were shot with the focus on 1 m.

    Next problem was the way how to take away all this bulky construction (external bar and tripod) from the shot, taking photos of a model standing in the window. To do it we measured the camera's position out of the window and, then, all the construction was transferred aside inside the room in order to empty the window. But, at the same time, the camera stayed in the same position out of the window keeping the same distance from the windowsill. The starting bar's position was drawn with a felt marker right on the windowsill in order the construction could be returned back then to the same position. Then the felt marker's traces were washed off with matrix cleaning liquid  :)

   

    The camera was managed with the radio remote control which was fixed in the camera's hot shoe.

    Another difficulty was a dynamic range of shooting scene. We had to adjust scene brightness out and inside the room to the camera's range. To realize it we manually calculated the exposure compensation for each shooting series and measured the utmost range points out and inside the room. We used HDR's techniques in fact.

   We decided that we would shoot this sphere in high resolution using 16 mm fish-eye according to the following scheme: 6 shots going in circles and 3 shots to zenith using slim-rotator. It made our work more difficult because if we shot with low resolution (three shots using 10 mm fish-eye) many things would be easier and we would make much fewer efforts.

   In the beginning we were going to shoot nadir (down view) too but if we rotated the camera down out of the window we would spend too much time. As a result, we refused to shoot nadir right in the process of taking photos, although the slim-rotator allowed doing this, and retouched it during processing.

   We used the following equipment: camera Canon 1Ds MarkIII and objective Contax Carl Zeiss 16mm Fisheye adapted to Canon. First, we tried to shoot with old good "Fivy" (Canon 5D MarkII), but we discovered that exposure compensation range of "Fivy" (+/- two stops) wasn't enough for the scene shooting inside and out of the room. And as it was extremely inconvenient to change the exposition of every shot in the camera manually when it was hanging in the air at a half meter distance from the window and 120 meters from the ground, then we had to change the camera itself. Taking in consideration objective and other equipment the total amount of the hanging in the air construction was about $15'000.

    And if we calculate Coca-Cola too, then it will be $15'003. But it's still not clear if we should calculate the costs for Coca-Cola because it was hanging inside the room :)

    Just in case, the camera was corded with an armchair leg. We thought that even if our construction began to fell and pull the armchair, the armchair wouldn't go through the window anyway. So, we were completely ensured :)

    One difficulty more supposed that all we mentioned above was necessary to do very fast because the shooting held in so named short "blue hour" when evening illumination is more attractive and changes very fast and the total sphere shooting cycle with exposure compensation and camera's rotation out of the window took about 5 minutes.

    Before we left for New York a general rehearsal had been held. We constructed a test stand imitating the windowsill at the hotel and under local conditions made the corridor shooting running two of us around the camera which had been fixed on the external bar.

    Many nuances appeared immediately. For instance, if first we make the whole construction and remove it out of the window then we can't hang the plastic bag with Coca-Cola as a counterbalance and it should be done beforehand :)

    The list of shooting preparing operations occupied the whole sheet of paper like a Boeing pilots' check-list before a take-off.

    We had a not resolved till the end problem how to fix the spherical head with the camera to the bar out of the window. During the test, while rotating, the heavy construction right in my hands unexpectedly broke the duralumin bolt which had fastened the bar and the head.

    Urgently we had to search for a substitute. Finally, a courier carried a new adapter for the fastening of the head to the bar to Sergey Semenov, who was going to fly to New York. The meeting of Sergey and the courier, transfer and demonstration of new equipment took place in the Airport Express train following from Paveletskaya railway station to Domodedovo Airport :)

    Another one problem was the way how to get the needed room at the hotel with the view to Manhattan.

    The hotel itself consists of two towers but for the shooting we needed only one side of the West Tower with a "right" view. We resolved that problem by making good relationship with a concierge who was reserving a room we needed on a desirable floor. As you can see here, with his assistance we tried all the hotel's windows including three-room corner suite :)

    Sergey Semenov, who had to shoot this complicated panorama, had never shot spherical panoramas before and his attitude to them was skeptical enough. Though I saw with a heavy heart the way he left for New York, I hoped that everything would be fine because Sergey is an experienced photographer.


And now Sergey speaks:

    Well, it's better to start with short comments.

    In New York, as well like in other US cities, there are very few opening windows in the skyscrapers, and if you find any including with a beautiful view, it is a real luck. The Millennium Hotel was occasionally found just in 2005 through the Internet search using the words combination "beautiful view to Manhattan". After, we have stayed there several times.

    It happened that last year I was there alone and I had to shoot everything by myself without assistants. It was January of 2010, almost my birthday (night of January 5-6). When I flew from Miami to New York, I knew that it wasn't hot that season but I couldn't even guess how. That time I shot from the evening till the sunrise (made many shots with different lights). My room was on the fortieth floor.

    Wet icy wind blew from the gulf directly to the window, and 7 degrees below zero changed into all 20. It wasn't better even with the maximum turned on heater in the room, two pants, a ski suit and a scarf. And for one hour shooting I froze till the bones. In the middle of the night I understood that I couldn't stand more and decided to do breaks running to the bathroom to heat myself under the shower.

    After next such heating in the shower instead ski suit I put on the recently bought suit by Boss, brushed back wet hair by trembling hands, stood behind the window and made myself to take several "romantic" shots. The only thing that shows the difficult shooting conditions is a quivering on the wind jacket's edge.

    The room service doesn't work at night at this hotel and the tray with breakfast, which you can see on the table and is used as properties, can be ordered only from 6 a.m. So, after the night shooting with opened window, first, I slept a couple of hours in the "frozen" room then ordered breakfast and shot several scenes while the sun didn't rise.

    Well, that is the story of this sphere.

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3 November 2011

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No Canada???

Glenn McCormick, Canada


very biutiful okgrandfull

kamej jel, Iran

tout doucement, parcourez le monde calmement ou vous aurez le mal de l'air

sylvie turlin, France

Fantaaaaaaaaaastisch !!!!

Richard J. Fenger, Netherlands

fantastich

johanna stojanovski, Germany

SORPRENDENTE Y MARAVILLOSO HALLAZGO.FELICITACIONES!!

alberto vettorel, Argentina

Simplesmente...Maravilhoso...Obrigada, dirce.

dirce lobue lobue, Brazil

Excelent,asa pot sa vad lumea larga!(in direct , din pacate , nu.)

Gobl Edmund, Romania

Con estas maravillas de la ciencia y sobre todo con el ingenio de los autores de los montajes uno se queda boquiabierto por el asombro de que tales "cosas" se puedan hacer. Enhorabuena a todos.

Julio Enrique Gamazo, Spain

BRAVO...BRAVISSSIMOOOOOO,THAT YOU ARRIVED TO OBTAIN 360 DEGREES PICTURES "OUT DOOR" !!!

Alberto Benabou, Israel

Its incredible project... A master piece innovation...

pd vijay bhasker rao, India

Buenisimo, y felicito a los que produjeron y relizan este milagro tecnologico

Héctor Castro, Argentina

wow! it was unbeliveble work . you are a praiseworthy person. please show so much picturs for all of world,s people . thanks so so so

Shirin Ayar, Iran

One of the Most Amazing Website on the Internet.:)
...with excellent, wonderful views and nice music...greet work.. my favorite is Santorini-Greece.
By the way, i suppose it was pleasure for your team too ... ;-)
Thank you and waiting on other Art Works.
Good luck!

Mariusz Stankiewicz, Poland


Many thanks, Mariusz! It's always interesting to know which panorama is favourite for our site visitor!

Varvara, AirPano

Maravillosas vistas de nuestro mundo, por donde tengamos la fortuna de contemplarlo, es asombroso, mágico, hermoso, deslumbrante... aire, fuego, tierra, mar....
Gracias a los seres humanos que nos comparten eso... ¡vale la pena vivir, cuidemos de nuestro planeta!

TERESA ALONSO, Mexico

gracias por hacerme recordar los hermosos dias que pase en Manhattan

yolanda rojas, Bolivia

Felicitaciones, es fantástica la página .Las fotos y los detalles son increibles, arranqué por la Cataratas del Iguazú y no se donde termine de ver, es inagotable.Gracias por algo tan bello.

alicia mantuan, Argentina

Usefull technology for a nice change!

Gerri Friedberg, M.A., USA

Complimenti all'inventore del sistema.

vittorio Romano zaccaria, Italy

ECSLENT

arvin estakhr, Iran

IT IS SUPER

BALAJI BALA, India

excellent excellent,hope to see more of those pictures!

Martha PanagosGreece, Greece

wonderful production

Errikos Margaritis, Greece

it's awesome

claud fernandez, India

This is simply FANTASTIC,very good photography.

Doel Gupta, Oman


Thanks a lot, Doel! Hope you'll like another our panoramas!

Varvara, AirPano

VERY NICE!!Travail superbe!!
NY ville merveilleuse, les panoramas sont fabuleux.

Léon Cherc, Belgium

New York is my favorite city.Thank you!

Reza Shokrollahi, Iran

Fantastic work, technically, and artistically.
Also, your story is captivating and well described.
No doubt that I will come back to look at your website.

Francis Thomas, USA

grade

mehran shabaan, Iran

woooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!
It's an amazing bulding

Ghazal Kondori, Iran

Realmente incrível, pude reviver momentos ímpares que passei em new york, manhattan, night. Na verdade uma coisa indizível.

Wanda

Wanda Fortunato Melo, Brazil

fantastic...no words to appreciate...outstanding...no words to tell.....best wishes all of ur team...god bless u...

SHUAIB KARIMBI, India

Very Very Creative . . .

signed,

A School of Visual Arts Graduate, 1982

eric schwietzer, USA

Me encantaría conocer esa magnífica ciudad.
Gracias por su trabajo.

marisa martinez, Spain

an excellent, absulutely fantastic presentation!

hasan khan, Canada

hi dear firends

reza ghasemkhani, Iran

Superb view, even during visit, we will not be able to have such an excellent panoramic view

Rajendrakumar CL, India

unbeliveable

mayur shah, India

Excellent! Congratulations !!! to all those involved in this brilliant program ! Thank You God for theyesight you bestowed on me!

Pushpa Siriwardene, Australia

Gosteidemais !!!! Maravilhoso!!! Irado !!!! revi N.Y. com saudades !!!

I'm brazilian and receive this trip, is absolutly fantastic!!! I loved this !!!!

eliane castro, Brazil

Amazing shooting!

Judy Hou, China

Maravilhosas foto e de muito bom gosto , parabens belissimo trabalho fotografico , voce esta entre o top-10 melhores trabalhos conceitos em fotografias mundiais ,
Felicitaçoes ...

jarbas A.Machado, Brazil

Soooooooooo Good!!!!!!!!!!

maria amélia, Brazil

Las personas emprendedoras, inteligentes, preparadas y valientes son también capaces de hacer felices al resto de la humanidad. Gracias

Vicente Ibars Arques, Spain

Lovely!

You are very talented and I appreciate your efforts.

Tres jolie!

Anne Allman, USA

El trabajo es impresionante,me ha hecho recordar un viaje a USA el año 2001 final de Julio ( a un mes y algo del lamentable atentado en las Torres Gemelas que tambien visité )sobrevolando en helicoptero las cercanias de Manhattan. Asi mil gracias y felicidades.

Antonio Barranco Prieto, Spain

Fabuloso, vista estupenda.

Homero Araujo, Brazil

Very nice job ! How to shoot from outside window into room? From UFO ? :)

Win Wins, Taiwan Region

beautiful and a fantastic job. I was trying to imagine the equipment it would take as I was watching! Love it

Mary Frances Pedro, USA

First and foremost congratulation for the good job you have done! I really appreciate and enjoying to watch everynow and then.Wow!

Halina Bosinney, Poland


Thanks a lot!

Varvara, AirPano

Incríble lo que hoy en día, se logra con la tecnología.
FELICIDADES!

Sofía Montero, Mexico

BEAUTIFUL ALL IMAGES,THANK YOU !

FERENC ISTVÁN SZABÓ, Hungary

sensational, absolutely mindboggling, the concept as well as the execution! kudos!

Heinz Roder, Switzerland

good

Preethi T, Bhutan

superb

nayan shah, India

nayan shah, India

its impressive what you did, Excellent

Arash Mag, Belgium

Fue un lindo paseo, muchas gracias

Heidi Grenda, Nicaragu

je to proste nadherne

zdenka rážová, Czech Republic

Wauw what a wonderfull idea, item and realization. Compliments! It is perfect for my site leukedingenvoordemens.nl where I gather the most interesting features from internet.

Moniek Daemen, Netherlands

Wonderful view and accomplishment. Great for those who will never fly or visit a large city. Thank you for being so persistant with your talants.

Karen Mong, USA

So far,Indeed I immensely enjoyed a few of your magnificient work and I am restles to explore all 94 virtual tours.94 million thank you to both of you who shared these treasures with;probably,four billion human beings who could never have the chance to explore such beautiful places.And, let us express our thanks to Tim Berners-Lee who made the www to connect all humans so miraculously.xxx

Nestor Vladica, Australia


Thanks for your message, Nestor. It's nice to hear from you!

Varvara, AirPano

it,s great ilove this pictures

amir fallahpour, Iran

Fantastic Fabulous.I would like down load on my computer,as many panaromas as I can

Prasanna Kane, India


Thanks a lot for your kind comment. You can not save panoramas to your local computer. You can view them online only.

Varvara, AirPano

MAGNIFICO RACIAS

enriqueta botella, Spain

MAGNIFICO RACIAS

enriqueta botella, Spain

MAGNIFICO RACIAS

enriqueta botella, Spain

IMPRESIONANTE, SIN PALABRAS , FELICITACIONES !!!!

Lonny Elgart, Argentina

αν υπηρχε και μεγαλυτερη βαθμολογια θα την ειχατε .μου θυμησατε το ωραιωτερο ταξειδι που εκανα και εβελπιστω να το ξανακανω .ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ

Sonia-Σονια chorozoglou-χοροζογλ_, Greece


Please be so kind and leave your messages in English. We do not understand Greek.

Varvara, AirPano

c'est vraiment très très impressionant,j'ai bien
aimé,merci beaucoup.

monique saremi, France

Wonderful!!!! Thank you!I will visit New york again》

Wanli Woo, China

I was born in New York City and lived there until 1993. The panos of NYC show me how beautiful it is when seen from above. I don't miss the traffic, the crowds, the cold you so aptly describe or the heat and humidity. I do miss all that is exciting there. And I can now see more closely just how many more tall buildings and skyscrapers there are since I moved west. Thank you.

Rosalind Katz, USA


Thank you for sharing your opinion.

Varvara, AirPano

very very nise.tank you

mohammad sheykh, Iran

I wish I were he in this photo.
Great Job!
Carry on...

Peter Markou, Greece

Πολλα Συγχαριτηρια Απο θεσσαλονικη[ΕΛΛΑΔΑ-ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ]

konstantinos limpantes, Greece

it's fantastic and wanderful

Liliana Gaszek, Taiwan Region

it's fantastic and wanderful

Liliana Gaszek, Taiwan Region

Fantastic ! Thank you very much and I send many greetings from czech Prague.

Vaclav Boura, Czech Republic

Informativní, instruktivní, nádherné, mimořádná kvalita.

Zdenek Vardan, Czech Republic


Dear Vardan Zdenek, we'd be grateful if you sent your message in English. We don't understand Czech.

Varvara, AirPano

nádhera,nádhera a ještě jednou nádhera

bedrich eberle, Czech Republic

FABULOSO, EXCELENTE TRABAJO, INSPIRADOR.

MARY QUINTERO, Costa Rica

superbe!terrific!explendido!maravilhosoooooooooooo!

maria cavalcante, Brazil

Its superb. Techno vise & also Country vise.

Tripthi Athavale, India

superb,tennica inovativa

Coca dragoi, Romania

SUPERB JOB,AND VERY INTERESTING

SUNDARESWARAN KATTUSSERY, India

a voir

lucien mery le beuve, France

很漂亮,我很喜欢

启亮 叶, China

Super fantabolism photography.Hats off to you. Keep up the good work.

jayant amin, USA

Great views, !!! Good job well done.

André Borri, Belgium

ZORIONAK.OSO POLITA.

MIREN KARMELE LIZARRAGA, Spain

so gorgeous,...i love it

David Sosa, Venezuela

so gorgeous,...i love it

David Sosa, Venezuela

¡¡¡BELLEZA PURA!!! ESTO ES TENER CREATIVIDAD. FELICIDADEZ MUCHACHOS. SIMPLEMENTE EXCELENTE

AMALIO GAONA, Paraguay

It's great i love this picture

remy leot, France

Trabaje en New York 10 años, y es formidable u8n pais de ensueño FELICIDADES execente toma gracias

ELBA LEDO, Mexico

guau, increíble¡¡

maricarmen treviño, Mexico

Imagens maravilhosas!!! E o fundo musical, excelente!!!

Marli Nobrega, Brazil

EXCELENTE, MAGNIFICO, HERMOSO Y GENIAL

DOLCY RODRIGUEZ, Mexico

Very nice job ! How to shoot from outside window into room? From UFO ? :)

Win Wins, Taiwan Region

Absolutnie fantastyczne, widziałam to 38 lat temu z samolotu Lot - u w drodze do wujka Sama z Chicago. Przesiadka była na lotnisku JFK w NY. Ale wtedy nie brzmiał genialnie Tom Jones....
TO SE WRATI!!!!! Dobrze,że mam kolegę ze studiów na warszawskiej IB, który mnie ucieszył tym e- mailem.
Pozdrawiam Cię Jurku, serdecznie
Teresa
TO SE N

Teresa Kryska, Poland

Guau!!!! Espectacular!!! Good Work!!!

Carlos Segura, Spain

muito linda! adorei!

lucia machado da silveira, Brazil

NEW YORK je najuzbudljiviji grad na svijetu. Bio sam i boravio tri puta: 1979, 1984 & 2000. Tragedija Blizanaca me jako pogodila i kao čovjeka i kao arhitekta.Trebali ste ponovo sagraditi iste građevine kao cijela Europa nakon WWII. Svi su se povijesni gradovi obnovili kao faksimil i time dokazali URBI ET ORBI da uništavanje ničemu ne vodi. Pokazati upornost i snagu da se ponovo sagradi vizualni identitet što su za svijet značili Blizanci.

Dinko, Mario, Matija, Milas, Croatia

It's great to view and to learn of the panorama technic from the text furnished in the mail inclusive.

Loukhuak Tadpole, Thailand

Congratulations! It's amazing!Thanks a lot.

Hélvia Fortes Rodrigues, Brazil

What a magnificent and innovative work and ...... expect the new pictures.

ALDO OTTAVIS, Italy

EYEBOGLING...MAGNIFICENT.BRAVO.
GUY

GUY ALFA, France

Bravos!!C'est magnifique !!
Beau travail, mes filicitations!!

Yvelle Bossé, Canada

The best vídeo I ever saw...I'm speechless...WOW....thank you all:)

nadja rodrigues, Brazil

I'm so sorprise, like somebody before me, that so many people from Iran congrat you, but any way, their are right, this is AWESOME, and thank for shering. I live in Florida, for 10 years, and I now this beautiful place. Y love U.S A.......

zadig Malvarez, USA


We are grateful for your interest in this panorama.

Varvara, AirPano

Magnifique travail. Sensations superbes. Merci

Loli Magallon, France

Excelent! Congratulations!

Leonor Carvalho, Portugal

Fantastico. Me dá vertigo

Maria Teresa, Spain

Original. Excelent.

Hector Britos, Uruguay

excellent, go on

freddy rampen, Indonesia


Thank you. We will.

Varvara, AirPano

EXCELENTISIMO TRABAJO. FELICITACIONES

carlos alberto bruno, Argentina

Superb

Hakan Yavuz, Turkey

wonderful journey by night. It seem to be there

AUGUSTO DEMARCHI, Italy

It gives a beautiful view especially for those who have never seen The city.

Nasser Irannejad, Iran

QUE MARAVILA!! LA TECNOLOGIA EN SU MAXIMA EXPRESION.

MARINA ELIZABETH CASTILLO BUSTOS, Mexico

This is just fantastic. Is it possible to download it? thanx

ric nesi, Italy

PERFECTO, CADA DIA LE DOY GRACIAS A DIOS POR PERMITIRME VER LO MARAVILLOSO DE LA TECNOLOGIA Y POR SUPUESTO LOS MAESSTROS, QUE NOS PERMITEN MARAVILLARNOS, GRACIAS

hector gonzalez, Puerto Rico


Estamos muy contentos que le gusta nuestro trabajo. Recuerdos cordiales!

Varvara, AirPano

it is beautifull!! A coisa mais deslumbrante que vi até hoje . É loucura total!

edite maria oliveira, Portugal

This is the best I have seen!!!

Ruy Cardoso, Brazil

beautiful !!! I love New York thank You

Gisèle Brunel, France

Magnificent, سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم
Allah is the GREATEST

Mubde ABSI, Lebanon

Magnificent, سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم
Allah is the GREATEST

Mubde ABSI, Lebanon

It's so great! good job your guys, Thanx so much!

Elven Lin, USA

Great! Surprise me so much.

Zuli Zhao, China

Super widok.Robi ogromne wrażenie.Jestem zafascynowana tym projektem .Pozdrawiam.

Dana Gąsior, Poland

HERE IN LISBON ME FEEL FLYING IN THE SKY OF NEW YORK.HOW WONDERFUL

Tarcísio Trindade, Portugal


Have a nice flight ;)

Varvara, AirPano

Man, with one word -fantastic-!!

Greets from Antwerp.

Gerhard Gebauer, Belgium

A wonderfull view. Do you have others ? Tks

Maxim Behar, Brazil


Sure. There is a link to many others: http://www.airpano.com/List-Aerial-Panoramas.php. Choose whichever you like.

Varvara, AirPano

Los felicito por este maravilloso trabajo y sobre todo por que nos lo acercan a quienes no podemos visitar ese luminoso y famoso lugar. Que esta semana sea de más logros.

Sue Caballero, Mexico

Absolutely amazing! Thanks so much for letting me touch this wonderful city with the palms of my hands.

Lucy martín, Spain


Thank you! Come back to touch another beautiful cities. They are waiting for you ;)

Varvara, AirPano

Awesome, I like it myself

Bibiano Fdez, Spain

...Fantastic!!!

Mihu Dorin Artemon, Romania

I am a romanian,but leave in Italy for 11 ,years allready...guys is ABSOLUTLY FANTASTIC ,AMAZING,IS TAKEN YOUR SOUL ,IN THE ATMOSFER, YOU AMERICAN PEOPLE. . .YOU CAN DO THE THINCKS BEEING LIKE ,TRUE,IS LIKE YOU ARE THERE,THE SENSAZION,IS BEEING SO NEAR TO, ALREADY TOUCHING ....STUPENDO ,COME UN SOGNO...

liliana costache, Italy

Really beautiful.! Amazing!. Thank you for this wonderful work. Congratulations

carlos Rodriguez C., Guatemala

Amazing!!!Unbelievable!!!

Polymnia
GREECE

Polymnia Bompola, Greece

Excellent!
It seems to be there! Compliments

Gabriele Graziani, Italy

Excellent job you performed.
Extremely beautiful!
Thanks!

Herman Vollenbroek, Netherlands

Gábor Tolnay dr., Hungary

Gábor Tolnay dr., Hungary

It is a wonderful view.....

Américo Maio, Portugal

Excellent! I liked it very much

Dellt Cardoso, Brazil

VERY POWERFULL,AMAZING,THANKS

DECLAN D DEVINE, United Kingdom

excellent job, congratulations! (Manhattan is not spelled correctly in the title)

Peter Bana


Thank's Peter! We have fixed the typo.

AirPano

perfection!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

drasko subic, Slovenia

It is grateful! I in 74 B.C.(it is of cause a joke) was in New York City, and fell in love with it, that I feel nowdays as well...
Thank You so much, N.Y. is one of the greatest cities of our planet. thanks again for freshing my memories!!! Lilian

Donkó Lilian, Hungary


You are welcome, Lilian! There are also other cities on ourr web-site that may charm you :)

AirPano

Bravo!

Milan Osredkar, Slovenia

拍得太美了真有本领.谢谢!

MITUO XU, China

Amazing~

Sun Lita, China

MINUNAT!

IVETKA COCOANA, Romania

Imi place foarte tare.Felicitaei

Gheorghe Tanase, Ghana

Just don't understand why is so many comments from Iran ? I'm from Romania too but I live in Dallas, Texas for 31 yrs. Congratulations, you bring a big contribution with this material. I wish you good luck !

Eugene Vasiliu, USA

Nice work.Congratulations.

Yodaici Nuconteaza, Romania

Amazing!!!!!
Thanks a lot!!!I love NYC.I love Manhattan!!you guys are great!!

shiva omrani, Iran

Oh My God...
New york have always been my favorite city. I promise I will see you one day.

I invite you to come to Iran and take pictures from Persepolis or Kish Island or Tomb of Saadi and other places that I can't remember right now.
Thanks a lot

Mohammad Yazdi, Iran

So beautiful

Amir Hossein D, Iran

I enjoyed a lot . thank you very much,

esmaeil ghasemi, Iran

very nice pictur I injoyed sow its,thank you

deldar tadayon, Armenia

hosein arefi, Iran

great views...great job people...happy new year from slovakia

marcel siska, Slovakia

wow.that was realy amazing..thank you.

mona karmostaji, Iran

F*A*N*T*A*S*T*I*C

Eva Cetlova, Slovakia

very nice & wandeful...Thank you.

butterfly bravely, Iran

Thanks, so nice

Roya Kanaani, Iran

verry nice . thankse...

hasan arkian, Iran

That's really awesome.Thanks a lot guys, just keep going ;)

Jimmy F, Iran

Awesome! But you never revealed how you got rid of the pole in the final photo.

Chris Stegner, USA

sehr schön merci

majid mo, Germany

It is so nice, thank you

mohammad zed, Iran

wow.that was realy amazing..thank you.

vahid poorfazel, Iran

i feel myself in that

bh kh, Iran

extremely wontherful

saeed ebrahimi sadr, Iran

I am speechless!
Astonishingly wonderful...

Saba Dashti

ali akbari

Again thanks for taking the time to explain how this was done! Amazing photograph..

Rob Antill

Multy Diamentional Creative Photography
M D C P
AT ITS BEST
FORM

mordechay yekutiel

Excelent job! This pano is simultaneously beautiful and funny. Brilliant!

Betty Stevenson

very very interstinf to me as goegrahpy teacher
saad
cana
israel

saad khshiboun