Some of you might remember the first 360° panorama i took in summer 2011 at exactly the same location as in this one.[link]
Shooting a 360° Panorama of a landscape scenery is tricky, often it really looks strange and disharmonic. I love this particular spot next to Hammerstads Camping on the Lofoten islands, Norway because of the beauty of its surroundings.
Itīs funny, this composition works so "normal" that a lot of people donīt realize they see a view on reality impossible to achieve in our real life.
To handle the huge dynamic range of a sunrise with lots of reflecting snow around, i shot a 7 exposure bracket and fused these for a better balanced exposure.
I will post some crops from this panorama, so you can see what this technique is all about.
I hope you like it!