Church of Christ the King – 6 Metres Above the Ground Panorama


Taking images from above the ground adds a slightly different perspective to panoramas. Using a D80 with a 10.5mm lens the image to the right is a test shot taken 6 metres above the ground.

Within the scene are the three Grade II listed buildings the phoneboxes set against the backdrop of the Church of Christ the King in Bloomsbury.

The Red Phonebox is a classic design by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott who amoungest other notable buildings also designed Battersea Power Station. The K6 “Jubilee” model pictured here was built to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935.

View the panorama in Quicktime VR (4.2Mb)

You can view a panorama taken inside the phonebox via our previous post.

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

4 Comments

  1. PVK - June 14, 2007

    So, how did you fly up there ?

  2. Kino - June 15, 2007

    Please reveal us your camera rig ! 🙂

  3. Andy - June 15, 2007

    We will have more on these images in the next week or so 🙂

  4. Anonymous - June 25, 2007

    That’s an awesome picture, I like the different perspective.

    Evert

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