HDR Photography in a 360 Degree Pano
Joby Cato is one creative guy. The owner of a creative consulting company, Anti-Limited, he came across the idea to use HDR images processed with HDR Expose 2 to create a 360 degree panoramic experience. This particular image was created in the attic of a home and you can really see HDR Expose at work in the balance of the church steeple in the window and the detail in the shadows of the attic rafters.
Clicking on the image will take you to the 360 pano on the Anit-Limited blog.
Anti-Limited was founded by Joby in 2005. According to his site -
Joby’s a creative to the core; using Macs since 1990; more than fifteen years of professional design industry experience; over a decade working with computer generated 3D design and visualisation techniques. He’s also at the forefront of new digital imaging techniques, has specialised in panoramic and high dynamic range photography since 2004, and is a member of the International VR Photographer’s Association.
HDR Expose 2 is the pro’s choice for creating stunning and color-accurate HDR images.
This major upgrade incorporates 26 new or improved features making it a full-featured application and not just a tone mapping utility.
HDR Expose 2 ships with Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture export plug-ins.