» professional panorama photography «
On the following pages you will find more than 300 interactive panoramas. A large proportion of them are spherical panoramas, the perfect way to represent a room. The viewer is in the center and moves the space around him. There are also 360-degree panoramas and classical panoramic images with resolutions down to gigapixels.
inverted spherical panorama
an example from »specials«
With a panoramic image on your website, you achieve a significantly longer page viewing time. This gives you the ability to attract your customers' emotions. A crucial role is played by the quality of the panorama. Present yourself professionally, and your customer will be convinced of your product.
The project examples show a variety of different areas in which I successfully used panoramic images. Among the "Specials" you'll find a variety of unusual panoramic formats and a few specific images.
To request a panoramic image, simply send me an email.
I hope you enjoy watching!
Heiner Sträßer, February 2012
After the conquest of Istanbul by Sultan Mehmed II in 1453, his troops went looting through the capital of the fallen Byzantine Empire. That same afternoon, the sultan entered the Hagia Sophia, which was already more than 900 years old, and said his prayers. From then on, the church served not only as a mosque until 1935, but also as a model for the great Ottoman master builders. A good 150 years after the conquest, Sultan Ahmed I had the Blue Mosque built opposite the Hagia Sophia. Between the two buildings is the Sultan Ahmed Park with a fountain in its centre. In fine weather, this is a popular place to meet and enjoy life.