This was an 24 exposure HDR panorama so I shot 3 exposures for 8 different parts to this image. You can order prints in various formats such as print only, plaque, framed plaque, acrylic or matted.
I am confident that you will be pleased with the quality of these prints, so I offer a full refund (not including postage) for any product returned in new condition within 10 days of receipt. With the beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park literally on his doorstep, Erik rises frequently long before dawn to hike back to remote lakes or up high peaks to capture the unparalleled beauty of the Park in warm morning light. Over the last 8 years our gallery has received rave reviews from customers and a large percentage of our business comes from return customers. Photographer and maker James Mitchell has created an awesome 360 degree panoramic camera, using 10 Raspberry Pi Zero mini PCs and aptly named the new camera the Zero 360. As you can see from the image above the 360 camera is using the latest Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC which now comes equipped with a connection for the official Raspberry Pi camera.
Its creator James explains a little more about the panoramic camera and its construction Using the awesome Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC which is now available to purchase priced at just $5.
Check out the Raspberry Jam Berlin website for more details on the Zero 360 which was created with the help of the awesome online store Pimoroni which is a great place to purchase all your Raspberry Pi hardware and other electronics within the UK.


If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens or this list of awesome Raspberry Pi Zero projects we have put together. Appealing photo of Old Town in Slovenia Piran Panoramic Shoot, one of the picture from some photos, from the article Slovenia is as Pleasant a Place to Visit as To Live.
It is just what it sounds like: prints on high quality archival photographic paper without any mounting or framing. This option is perfect if you are wanting a more traditional frame but want to benefit from the great features offered by plaque mounting. Allowing construction of the system to be a little easier than with the older Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC. To shoot this I stood on tiptoes near the edge so that I could get a good view straight down.
One of the benefits of going this route is that you can bring them to your local frame shop to have the matted and framed exactly as you like. It allows the images to reveal an almost three dimensional quality creating the impression of actually being there.
The frames we are using are about 2" thick and create the impression that the plaque is floating within the frame by use of a gap between the inside edge of the frame and the plaque.


They are both connected via wifi to an access point (for now that’s my cell phone) and powered by the 2.5A official power supply. To be different, I shot this image as a stitched panoramic which is comprised of nearly 30 photos allowing me to print this in extremely large sizes. Prints are also great if you are in a hurry as they usually arrive in 5-7 days from the time of order.
This is because there is almost no glare or reflection such as you find with even the most expensive types of glass. It can be cropped in different formats and I have it both with boats in the water and without.
An additional benefit is that the artwork is very durable and can even be cleaned with a soft damp cloth.



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