If you shoot panos and are willing to join us to learn and talk panos, pano equipment…

11 Oct 2011 admin In G+ Posts Tags: , ,

If you shoot panos and are willing to join us to learn and talk panos, pano equipment and techniques – READ BELOW

Here are the ways to get listed up and into peoples circles:

#1 – Add the people from this circle to your own Pano Circle

#2 – Add yourself to these lists:



#3 – Introduce yourself here and we can all start a conversation…..

We are trying to form an active Pano Community… so if you are shooting them or wanting to learn…. Get signed up….

Also please re-share this if you know others that would be interested..

Comments: 22

  1. Pano shooter in Honlulu, Hawaii

  2. Brent Burzycki 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    +Andrew Namiki Roberts Thanks.. we will get you added to the circle and make sure to list yourself up on the other lists…

  3. Sandra Parlow 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    done and done!! I don't shoot only panos, but I do enjoy them now and again! Great idea for a group!

  4. Jonny Lim 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    Oh hi, I just love panoramas and even attempted to build my own panorama head before. But I had to stop a while since I upgraded to a FF body and rendered my old 10-20mm aps-c lens useless, but after 6 months of waiting I've finally gotten myself a nice old 16-35mm and hopefully I'd be able to start shooting pano again soon!

  5. Brent Burzycki 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    +Jonny Lim +Sandra Parlow – welcome…… make sure to add yourselves up to the two lists also…full time pano people are welcome but I do not think anyone only shoots panos.. well then again maybe there are….

  6. Jonathan Black 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    I tried shooting panos, but they shot back and so I ran. 🙂

  7. Jillian Chilson 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    I usually don't go out of my way to shoot panos, but when the scene is just right, I love it! I have several favs that I have done.

  8. Michael Nestler 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    I love all things photography. Here are a few of my panoramas that I migrated over from Flickr: https://plus.google.com/photos/102449949858490990934/albums/5637179656476534657/5639065140645864514 (hope this link works for you)

  9. Brent Burzycki 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    and the pano circle grows……..

  10. Aaron Betts 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    Excited to learn how to take better Panos. I posted one I took to the Circle.

  11. Neil Creek 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    I LOVE shooting panoramas! I don't get enough opportunities to do so. I mostly do sphericals, but I'll take a 'flat' panorama if the scene warrants it. You can see my work at my 360 cities profile. http://www.360cities.net/profile/neil-creek I'm looking forward to seeing work from more panographers! Thanks for posting this 🙂

  12. Alex Georgevitch 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    I have shot some and would love to shoot more. Looking forward to what there is offered and what I can offer back!

  13. Daniel Isenmann 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    Shoot lots of panoramas if a "normal" photo can't show the complete scene. Made 28 panoramas from Iceland, you can find them in my album Iceland (https://plus.google.com/photos/112342248775237115466/albums/5646572699076607953)

  14. Wes Lum 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    Hi, noob checking in! I'm stoked to learn more about panos. I should post some of my panos…Also, what is this "pano equipment" you speak of? I'm running out of $$$ as it is.

  15. Paul Wright 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    thanks for the info, i shoot a lot of portrait orientation pano's, as well as a few virtoramas. Great to be involved and to learn form other shooters

  16. Brent Burzycki 11 Oct 2011 Reply

    +Wes Lum its not cheap…. I can tell you that as someone that is actively looking at buying a setup….. an example thou on the high end of high is:


    great the circle continues to build…..

  17. Charles Lupica 17 Oct 2011 Reply

    +Wes Lum – I use an inexpensive panorama head called a panosuarus from gregwired.com – around $100. It works well enough bu the Really Right Stuff would be a cool addition to any kit.

  18. Jan Vrsinsky 1 Nov 2011 Reply

    Hi everybody, I'm the Product Manager at 360Cities.net, the 360° panorama sharing website. I take panoramas for fun and I make sure our site promotes your work and makes panorama rock stars out of you 🙂 When you post a 360° panorama on 360Cities it's automatically viewable on the web and mobile and you can share a link with a nice preview thumbnail here on Google+. My profile is here http://www.360cities.net/profile/jan-vrsinsky

  19. Charles Lupica 1 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki The current panorama circle is up to almost 500 people. I've also started a new list / circle for the more dedicated panorama buffs.

    the currently active post for joining the panorama circle is here: https://plus.google.com/103236949470535942612/posts/gVE65n15MDt

    The hard-core panorama circle is here: https://plus.google.com/103236949470535942612/posts/4SfDnzShjGA

    And I now have a master category and 3 lists on group.as for panoramas.
    200 most interactive panorama photographers :

    Hard-core Panorama photographers:

    Panorama Photographers And Aficionados:

  20. Charles Lupica 1 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki
    – Several things, firstly can I grab the pano banner image in this post ?
    – Do you want to keep the group.as list or would it be all right to subsume it into the other panorama lists I have, if so, can you lock or redirect people to one of group.as links I have.

    I'm trying to consolidate all of this so that it all works better for the #jarvieCircleProject?

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