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Fire!
Snake River Overlook, Grand Teton, WY
As I was staying down in Alpine, I had to get up really early in the morning, in order to catch the sunrise. The sun was rising opposite of Grand Teton, so I timed this shot to have only the peak of the mountain enlightened by a sunbeam. What a nice glowing red!

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/205800

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This is a high resolution (463 megapixel) panorama composed out of 80 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @190mm (285mm @ 35mm). To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#grandteton #sunrise #red #fog #mountains #clouds #wyoming #usa
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Bend the Water
View from Fronalpstock, Switzerland
We had a very nice company event on one of the most scenic places in Switzerland. Unfortunately, I could not take another image later the day during golden hour or sunset, but the place is still magical. How many boats do you count on the lake?

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/200395

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This is a high resolution (515 megapixel) panorama composed out of 99 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 56mm lens (85mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.1 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#fronalpstock #lake #mountains #switzerland #panorama #gigapan
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Just for myself
Snake River Overlook, Grand Teton, WY
I ordered this photo for my living room in 140 x 140 cm (4.58ft) format. I don't have that much space in my apartment, but I found the ideal spot for this one! This is Grand Teton with a nice view through the fog of Snake River. Shot in last September, during my USA road trip.

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/199132

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This is a high resolution (250 megapixel) panorama composed out of 60 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @197mm (295mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.0 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#grandteton #fog #mountains #clouds #wyoming #usa
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Old and Lonely
Mormon Row, Grand Teton, WY
This is one of the famous old barns in front of Grand Teton. For two weeks, I had all blue skies and when I was asking for some clouds, I got it all dark. Not the best light conditions, but you have to take nature as it is. For a short moment, there were some small light rays shining on the barn, which made it worth a try. I used my 400mm lens to get maximal compression of the mountains in the background. I was not sure if it was going to work...

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/198518

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This is a high resolution (506 megapixel) panorama composed out of 143 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @400mm (600mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.8 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#grandteton #barn #mountains #clouds #wyoming #usa
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My Mountains
Shot from Kilchberg, Switzerland
Just a little experiment to get a nice pano of the mountains from where I live. This photo was shot just 100m from my apartment. I try to find the perfect composition and size. Now, I just need to get the perfect weather conditions and change the focal length to 400mm to get my 500MP... Sometimes, things that are right around the corner take forever to get done.

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/198331

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This is a high resolution (200 megapixel) panorama composed out of 104 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @290mm (435mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.2 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#kilchberg #mountains #sunset #lake #switzerland
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Morning Glory
Bryce Canyon NP, UT
This was the shot I was scouting for the last day. I got up very early, in order to beat the crowd. 1,5 hours before sunrise, I was taking my position between Inspiration Point and Lower Inspiration Point. I prepared everything to have the perfect timing for sunrise. This is not easy, when doing large panoramas. You have to calculate your shooting time, to be at the right position, when the sun is showing up. Nothing beats the colors of Bryce Canyon during sunrise!

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/198319

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This is a high resolution (496 megapixel) panorama composed out of 135 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @100mm (150mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.8 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#brycecanyon #bryce #canyon #sunrise #utah #usa #panorama #gigapan
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Pillars
Bryce Canyon NP, UT
After my shooting of Mesa Arch early in the morning, I was heading to Bryce Canyon. I arrived there before lunch, perfect to take some pics and to look for some good spots to take a panorama. I was scouting for the perfect place for the next morning, but then I found this spot and took another GigaPan. Not the best light conditions, but still an interesting view. Can you tell me, how many people are at Inspiration Point?

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/198289

Background information:
This is a high resolution (496 megapixel) panorama composed out of 135 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @100mm (150mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.8 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#brycecanyon #bryce #canyon #utah #usa #panorama #gigapan
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Bend it!
Mesa Arch, Canyonlands NP, UT
It was a 45 minutes drive and a couple of minutes to walk from Moab to Mesa Arch. When I arrived at 5:30, the place was already packed with people! So it was not easy to find a spot to catch the sunrise, especially for someone doing massive panoramas using a robotic unit. Lucky for me, some iPhone shooters occupied some space. They were annoying all other photographers, which gave me the opportunity to take their place, as soon as they got bored and left. Sunrise was not very spectacular, because of a very cloudy morning. I did not miss anything... But a couple of minutes later, the sun was breaking through. That was the right moment!

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/197766

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This is a high resolution (496 megapixel) panorama composed out of 117 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @100mm (150mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.5 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#mesaarch #arch #canyonlandsnationalpark #utah #usa #panorama #gigapan
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Delicate & Famous!
Delicate Arch, Arches NP, UT
I had to get up there. 1.5 miles and about 40 minutes hiking to get my robotic unit up to Delicate Arch, one of the most famous places on earth. Unfortunately, my favorite lens for gigapan images was broken in the afternoon. So I had to improvise and use a much larger lens, the 100-400mm. Result: More weight and more pictures to take, plus more stability issues. Right before sunset, the color spectrum of the rocks changes to an almost unreal dark red. So beautiful and unique! It's incredible, how busy this place has become. BTW: Behind me, there were about 100 people trying to take images of the arch. Very difficult, because there are constantly people trying to take selfies directly under the arch. Well, just minutes before sunset, I was taking care of the situation and screamed them off. Just for a few minutes...

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/197280

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This is a high resolution (503 megapixel) panorama composed out of 150 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @100mm (150mm @ 35mm). The original image was 1.8 gigapixel but I had to reduce its resolution due to compatibility issues of the platform. To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#delicatearch #arch #archesnationalpark #utah #usa #panorama #gigapan
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Delicate Windows!
View to Delicate Arch, Arches NP, UT
Located just 8 km north of Moab is Arches National Park, which contains the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches. Delicate Arch is 65-foot-tall (20 m) freestanding natural arch. It is the most widely recognized landmark in Arches National Park and is depicted on Utah license plates and on a postage stamp commemorating Utah's centennial anniversary of admission to the Union in 1996.

See the full resolution: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/196737

Background information:
This is a high resolution (503 megapixel) panorama composed out of 80 images, taken with my Fuji X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens @100mm (150mm @ 35mm). To see the full resolution, follow the link above. Without zooming, no fun! You have not seen the picture, if you don't discover the image by zooming in and out on the large file (not the one attached in this post). No, this is not a simple smartphone image. Do you now understand the fascination of GigaPan?

Interested in my other work? See my portfolio:
http://www.alexreuschphotos.com

#delicatearch #arch #archesnationalpark #utah #usa #panorama #gigapan
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