With the Formula One season coming up this Sunday. I have a treat for all your you. This photo was taken onboard the Singapore Flyer last week, overlooking the finished pits area for the big race coming. This photo is to be part of the Singapore Flyer review I am writing over the past week, covering all the various sights of the ride itself. I aim to get it finished by end of this week, so in the meantime I will release the photostitches and updated them on the photo stitch gallery. This particular paranoma is my first attempt of taking non-linear nucleated shots compiled using 6 photos shot in portrait, this 180 degree photo shot at the first quarter loop of flyer’s revolution showing a bird eye’s view of the Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Street circuit starting grid.
Singapore GP Marina Bay Street Circuit Starting Grid and Pits.
(Click below for a full sized image on my photo stitch section)
Taken from a Nokia N95 8GB with Carl zeiss optics in Landscape mode with no paranoma assist, forced non-flash. For more paranomas, check out my photo stitch gallery.