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More about Gigapans of the Bell Museum Dioramas

Photographer Tom Nelson has been busy creating more Gigapans of the dioramas at the Bell Museum of Natural History on the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus. These highly detailed panoramic photographs will get you up close and personal with the taxidermy in the natural history displays as well as the background scene painting—much of which […]


Up Close and Personal at the Bell Museum of Natural History—While at Home!

See the full post for details on where to view these new panoramas of the Bell Museum Jaques dioramas. The detail allows you to get up close and personal.

Sketch-UP Captured in Gigapans!

Photographer Tom Nelson takes stunning panaramas of downtown St. Paul while on the Sketch-UP. Check out his gigapan site.

Links of Possible Interest: Supplies at Wet Paint and a Gigapan of the 30 Birds in 30 Days Show

A Gigapan view of 30 Birds in 30 Days and a link to my art materials recommendations at Wet Paint

Gigapanning With Tom

More short videos from my gigapanning trip to Como with Tom.


Gigapan-tastic: Roz Gets Gigapanned and Take a Virtual Visit to Axman


Above: a "static" view inside the St. Paul Ax-Man store, ©2009 Tom Nelson. Use the link below to Nelson's gigapan site to view the full interactive image!

Yesterday photographer Tom Nelson came over and gigapanned part of my studio. If you wonder what type of environment I work in, what surrounds me when I talk to you on the phone, or what type of brushes and easel I use (the image is that detailed) you can now check it out at Tom's gigapan site. Getting directly to the views of my studio by following the first link, and then visiting the link below to a second view.


Gigapan—An Adventure in Panoramas!

Thursday I spent time with photographer Tom Nelson who is working with the "Gigapan" device and software to create stunning, highly detailed panoramas. The above, sixty second video from my little "still" camera shows the device, attached to one of his cameras, in action: automatically moving the camera to take the necessary shots to create […]

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