Panoramic Photography

Panoramic photographs are created by shooting multiple images across the entire composition and then joining them together in post-production. The result is an image with a significantly increased resolution, capable of being printed considerably larger with an astonishing level of detail when compared to a conventional image. In some cases these images can be specially printed 20 meters wide.

This large format makes these images suitable for displaying in office foyers, board rooms, and advertising bill boards. They can also be used for corporate presentations or augmented reality web applications.

The View from St Pauls Cathedral, shot on the Hasselblad X1D

The View from New Zealand House, located on Haymarket near Piccadilly Circus.

The View from Centre Point, located on the crossroads of Totteham Court Road and Oxford Street.

Tower Bridge & The Financial District

The Skyline of Westminster

The View From Primrose Hill

The View from South Bank Tower

The London Skyline as seen from St Pauls Cathedral

The View from Victoria


The “Vee” (Ireland)