Needed to relax after a hard day’s work and what better ways to be doing that than taking PANO and some perspiring walking. Here’s Cavenagh Bridge and Fountain Square located near China Square Central. Both about 15 minutes walk from my office.
Good and bad thing. I recently crashed my file server at home but all’s well as it’s running RAID 5 and been a long time since I burn them to DVD so good time to upgrade. Replaced it with 2 x file servers (both RAID 5 of course!) and formatted the rig i used to generate all the pano you see as I found out it’s not the software(s) causing problems, it was the OS itself.
Here, some remake of the panos in better resolutions. Enjoy!
Esplanade Front Entrance 1
Esplanade Front Entrance 2
Esplanade at night, by the sea, on of my favourite.
In the shop 1
In the shop 2
Vivo City Main Entrance 2.
Skate Park @ Orchard
War Memorial @ Beach Road
Big Open Space overseeing the new MRT Rails soon. This space is also home to some soccer players who actively play here.
I asked a collegue when passing by here on our way to a datacenter for a job, what “sk8”, I only heard of SKII? It’s SKATE lah, he said. haha blur me…
War Memorial. Read more about it here.
Beautiful Sunday today, great skies and a great place to be shooting at, Chinese Garden. This is dedicated to the people at Chinese Garden who saw me and must be thinking why is this crazy chinese guy photographer taking photos while turning around his tripod in circles and even tilted his camera to take photo of the floor and sky, i mean, i know the sky is blue and nice but the floor?! haha
Nope, I did not change a camera (yet!), this is taken in Tungsten White Balance, makes the places look “cooler”. Taken yesterday but only managed to have time to put it together and the nadir is really hard for this one.
On my way back after Vivocity, passed this park, had my stuffs so why not. I truely know now that even with a perfect Equirectangular image, exporting using Pano2QTVR can still give tons of error with grey images or odd colored tiles.
Remastered to a higher resolution and made full screen, the way it’s meant to be seen! Click on top image to see the full screen version.