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Donna D. 02-23-2010 07:55 PM

I have seen 360 shoots, but not like this. Look all the way up and all the way down and you don't get any decrease in the shot.

You can't even see where the camera equipment is, it's like it's not even there. Use your mouse to move around. It takes practice. ENJOY! Click the start arrow on one of the pictures, wait for it to load 100%.

After it had loaded click on the picture and while holding down your left mouse button drag it around. If the picture is looking up at the sky, click and drag from the top portion of your monitor to get down to "ground" level.

This makes me really, really want to visit Utah!
360 Degree Spherical Panoramas In and Around Utah

Mike Ames 02-23-2010 08:27 PM

I've been to a lot of those places, we go to Utah every year for a week or two of Jeeping.

james kent 02-23-2010 09:22 PM

Very Fastenating. You can even wide angle or closeup. Hard to figur where the camera was or how it's mounted. Can enyone visit these sites or do you have to get permisson?

BC Paul 02-24-2010 12:40 PM

We've been to many of those places as well, although my pictures don't give quite the same feeling!!!! Cathedral Valley was a fantastic trip.

We'll be back there for five weeks this summer. Can't wait.


BC Paul 02-24-2010 12:59 PM

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Very Fastenating. You can even wide angle or closeup. Hard to figur where the camera was or how it's mounted. Can enyone visit these sites or do you have to get permisson?
Some of the sites are inside parks that require an entrance fee but many are dirt tracks that lead off of paved roads. I have a few 4x4 books I bought in Moab a couple of years ago that list many spectacular areas off the beaten path. They also rate the roads from easy (2 wheel drive) to extreme (4x4 rock crawler, vehicular damage likely!!!!) We usually pick ones that are moderate with maybe a difficult section. If the road/trail gets a little snotty I'll walk ahead to get a better idea of what's coming up and my wife is also an excellent spotter for me if I have to place a tire in a particular spot (!) Most of the time we don't see anyone which means that I carry plenty of water, 10 gallons, and food as well as some recovey gear; shovel, jack, tow straps etc. Airing down the tires is often required for traction as well as comfort so I have a decent compressor as well.

Be prepared and always "Tread Lightly". The desert is a very fragile place so stay on existing trails, that includes hiking as well.

Cheers


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