360 Degree Aerial Panoramas


360 Degree Aerial Panoramas

Aerial panoramas are made with a drone and multiple images taken at about 200 feet. Anywhere from 20-40 images are taken as the drone’s camera rotates around 360 degrees, tilting up and down to capture both the sky and the ground below. Then, these images are stitched together into a panorama using special programs like PTGU or AutoPano Giga. The resulting image can then be wrapped around as around a cylinder. Quality panoramas are seamless with no joins visible between the pictures, especially in the sky. This is particularly difficult because the drone cannot photograph the sky directly above it. So special techniques in editing are used to “paste in the sky.” Panoramas can be interactive linking to other web content such as videos, shopping carts and other panoramas.Click in the image below to see a full screen interactive panorama of the Couture’s Family farm in northeastern Vermont.


 
Here two two aerial panoramas taken at Christmas time 2016 at Jay Peak, a big ski area in northeastern Vermont, near the Canadian border.

CLICK THE PICTURE TO GO FULL SCREEN AND SEE THE PANORAMA!

AFTER THE PANORAMA LOADS, YOU CAN CLICK THE PHOTO ICON TO TAKE YOU OWN PHOTO AND SAVE IT!

Here is our second aerial panoramas taken at Christmas time 2016 at Jay Peak, a big ski area in northeastern Vermont, near the Canadian border.

CLICK THE PICTURE TO GO FULL SCREEN AND SEE THE PANORAMA!

AFTER THE PANORAMA LOADS, YOU CAN CLICK THE PHOTO ICON TO TAKE YOU OWN PHOTO AND SAVE IT!

Here is our third  aerial panoramas taken in Woodstock, Vermont in mid February.

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AFTER THE PANORAMA LOADS, YOU CAN CLICK THE PHOTO ICON TO TAKE YOU OWN PHOTO AND SAVE IT!
The Woodstock Inn, in the heart of Woodstock

Here is our fourth aerial panoramas taken in Stowe, Vermont in mid March

CLICK THE PICTURE TO GO FULL SCREEN AND SEE THE PANORAMA!

AFTER THE PANORAMA LOADS, YOU CAN CLICK THE PHOTO ICON TO TAKE YOU OWN PHOTO AND SAVE IT!

Stowe Village in winter

Here is another aerial panorama, this time of the Stowe Mountain Ski area in mid March

CLICK THE PICTURE TO GO FULL SCREEN AND SEE THE PANORAMA!

AFTER THE PANORAMA LOADS, YOU CAN CLICK THE PHOTO ICON TO TAKE YOU OWN PHOTO AND SAVE IT!