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== Full Name / Location / Contact ==
Peter Nyfeler / Davos, Switzerland<br>
E-Mail : peter.nyfeler{at}hispeed.ch
== About ==
My first camera I bought was an Olympus C 2000 Z in 1999 and works fine till now.<br>
In 2001, I saw this nice panoramas on the web and was fascinated. It was unbelievable<br>
for me to spinning around, up and down.
Since that time I have a virus called panorama.I bought a coolpix 4500 with all the<br>
necessary parts to produce panoramas.
It was a really hard time to collect all the informations about panorama shooting and panotools.<br>
Probably I took the wrong direction, because I first learned all about taking panoramas<br>
and after this I learned how to take good photos.
== Homepage ==
* Here my experimental [http://www.nyfeler-mueller.ch Homepage]
== Current Equipment ==
* Nikon D70
* Nikkor 10.5 mm
* Sigma 8 mm
* Tripod Manfrotto Carbon One
* [http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=productlist&A=details&Q=&sku=272852&is=REG Leveling center column]
* Panorama head Manfrotto 303SPH
* [http://www.nyfeler-mueller.ch/MonoPodHead/QTVR/MonopodHeadQTVR.html Monopod Head]
* Coolpix 4500
* Fisheye Converter FC-E8
* Wideangle Converter WC-E63
* Cullmann Lightweight tripod
* [http://www.nyfeler-mueller.ch/PanoEquipement/PanoEquipement.htm Monopod Head]
* [http://www.nyfeler-mueller.ch/PanoHeadMulti/PanoHeadMulti.html Tripod Head]
== WWP Panoramas ==
See my contribution to WorldWidePanorama [http://geoimages.berkeley.edu/wwppeople/html/PeterNyfeler.html here]
== Mirror Ball Cap ==
[[Adding_a_nadir_cap_%28mirror_ball%29|Here]] you can find an easy way to cover the tripod in an equirectangular (PSphere) panorama with a cap that looks like mirror ball.<br>There is also link where you can download the Photoshop action to produce this mirror ball.

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