GigaPan Panoramas

GigaPan panoramas are high-resolution photos created by capturing tens or hundreds of individual photos using a robotic camera mount. Once the photos are captured, stiching software merges them into one large image. The GigaPan viewer provides an interface similar to an online map application. Adobe Flash is required.

August 19th, 2010

The Flatirons

From right to left; the First, Second, and Third Flatirons. Shot from Chatuaqua Meadows in Boulder, Colorado on a rainy morning.

  • Panorama Size: 372 megapixels (24,576 x 15,148 pixels)
  • Input Images: 64 (8 columns by 8 rows)
  • Focal Length: 510mm (35mm equiv.)
  • Equipment: GigaPan Epic Pro, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR, Nikon TC-17
August, 18th, 2010

Tower Two, Redgarden Wall

Tower Two and the Yellow Spur. Shot in the evening from the top of Kloof in Eldorado Canyon State Park near Eldorado Springs, Colorado.

  • Panorama Size: 989 megapixels (31,940 x 30,992 pixels)
  • Input Images: 135 (9 columns by 15 rows)
  • Focal Length: 180mm (35mm equiv.)
  • Equipment: GigaPan Epic Pro, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR
August, 17th, 2010

Hallett Peak

Hallett Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park has an amazing and complex north face that hosts several classics climbs including the Culp-Bossier. Shot just after dawn from an overlook on the Flattop Trail just above treeline.

  • Panorama Size: 2,315 megapixels (57,672 x 40,148 pixels)
  • Input Images: 360 (18 columns by 20 rows)
  • Focal Length: 510mm (35mm equiv.)
  • Equipment: GigaPan Epic Pro, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR, Nikon TC-17
August, 14th, 2010

The Diamond, Longs Peak

The Diamond of Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most classic alpine walls in the world. Many classic climbs, including the popular Casual Route, are seen in this GigaPan as well as hikers on the summit.

  • Panorama Size: 1,481 megapixels (51,500 x 28,768 pixels)
  • Input Images: 238 (17 columns by 14 rows)
  • Focal Length: 510mm (35mm equiv.)
  • Equipment: GigaPan Epic Pro, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR, Nikon TC-17
August, 10th, 2010

Tower One, Redgarden Wall

This was my first attempt at creating a GigaPan and I hadn't quite figured out the best way to set the exposure which is why it looks a little strange where the rock meets the sky.

  • Panorama Size: 2,528 megapixels (46,432 x 54,456 pixels)
  • Input Images: 324 (12 columns by 27 rows)
  • Focal Length: 510mm (35mm equiv.)
  • Equipment: GigaPan Epic Pro, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR, Nikon TC-17