Treve has been creating panoramas for over 20 years. His panoramic work encompasses commercial work to fine art. It can be an interior of a resort, a full sweeping 360 degree view from a mountain top, a large group, or the a dancer where Treve creates a lyrical sense of motion.
QTVR and Virtual Tours
Here’s the interior of a townhouse in a resort near Truckee, California. Click on the image to view a high resolution QTVR.
Shortly after discovering panoramic cameras, Treve discovered that the rotational slit-scan cameras could produces some interesting results when working with moving dancers, resulting in images with a lyrical sense of motion and a play on time. Here’s an example of one of the resulting images.
You can view additional dance panoramas in an on-line gallery. A number of these dance panoramas are available as framed artwork ready to hang.
Groups and Zoomifyer Viewer
Panoramas that are rich in content sometimes need some extra help for viewing. Here’s a photo captured at a church retreat of a large group of people. Click on the image to open a viewer to zoom into individual faces.
Treve’s venture into panoramic photography started with landscapes. Here’s an image captured in Chile in Torres del Paine National Park.
You can view additional landscape panoramas in an on-line gallery. A number of these dance panoramas are available as framed artwork ready to hang.