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Interactive Panoramic Photo Series Takes Viewers On An Architectural Journey

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We recently introduced you to some gorgeous wide-angle photos of the interior of La Sagrada Família that were taken by photographer Clement Celma. These photos revealed Celma’s love of gorgeous architecture, but they’re far from his only expression of it.

Another of his photo series, called Mes Petite Planètes, literally translated “My Little Planets,” takes a more interactive and panoramic approach, exploring beautiful architecture from all angles.

Celma’s fascination with interactive panoramic photography started all the way back in 2002. He sees it as an interaction between photography and web technologies.

With this series, he hopes to give viewers an entirely new perspective on architecture, allowing them to explore and create their own photos. For Celma, the technology is “original, surrealistic, involving — exploding usual landmarks [and] opening endless creative possibilities.”

Here are a few of the photos from the series (click on each photo to access its interactive counterpart):

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You can see more of Celma’s work on his website here, or visit the remainder of the My Little Planets series by clicking here.


Image credits: Photographs by Clement Celma and used with permission.


 
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  • http://www.pouriolee.com/ pourio

    My mind is being f–ked right now by these photos. Lovely images.