University College London Quad Panorama – Lumix FX50 High Dynamic Range

With a couple of adjustments, compared to our first test images and post on capturing high dynamic range panoramas with the Lumix FX50, the results are now more than acceptable.

Pictured below in the main quadrangle of University College London captured using 108 images resulting in a 70 mega pixel panorama.

Click and drag to pan, double click or use the middle mouse scroll wheel to zoom:

The main building of University College London, pictured in this panorama, was designed by William Wilkins and constructed between 1827 and 1828. The building is centered on a Corinthian portico which is reminiscent of the British Museum, (constructed a couple of years earlier).

View the Google Maps version of the panorama full screen (recommended) or in quicktime virtual reality (3.6Mb).

Author Bio

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


  1. Gaurav - July 26, 2007

    Good ..
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  2. Dan - July 30, 2007


    Is the crappy red and white tape across the door a permanent feature?! πŸ˜‰

  3. Andy - July 31, 2007

    Your find a lot of red tape around UCL πŸ™‚

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