Seoul at night – Banpo-ro and Toegyero intersection

360° VR panorama of the streaks of light from car lights as evening traffic moves along Banpo-ro (running north-south) and Toegyero (running east-west) in central Seoul, South Korea.

Buildings visible from this point include the LG-CNS Prime Tower (프라임타워), the Shinsegae Department Store (신세계백화점), Woori Bank (우리은행), and the Daeyeongak Building (대연각빌딩). In front of the Prime Tower is an empty lot where the State Tower Namsan (스테이트타워남산) is being built.

2 Responses to “Seoul at night – Banpo-ro and Toegyero intersection”

  1. hey nice pic!
    how did you make the picture?
    with one or more cameras?
    it would be very glad to hear from you 🙂

    • Hi Michael

      I take multiple images around / up / down using a single camera, then stitch the images together into a single image. This particular image I think was taken using a Nikon D200 with Tokina 10-17mm fisheye at 10mm, mounted on a Nodal Ninja panorama head, on a tripod. Then stitched in PTGUI and blending issues / nadir patched and touched up in Photoshop. If you’re interested in learning more about panoramic photography, a great website is panoguide.



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