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  • New in the family: Xiaomi Mijia Sphere Camera – review

    For the first time I had a contact with 360° photos in 2013 when I have bought my first smartphone: Google Nexus 4. Already back then Nexus's camera had an option to create 360° photos. At this point, I thought it will be just a passing fashion and nothing else. The hype for so-called virtual…
  • La Reunion diary- Part I

    After almost a month back home I can finally share with you the first part of my La Reunion Photo Adventure. In the pictures you can see our first few days at the island - the 'capitol city', St. Denis and our tour along the west coast - Saint-Gilles, L'Ermitage-Les-Bains and Saint Leu. On La Reunion…
  • Hiking day 2017

    This year our annual hiking day was organized late September in St. Galen canton. Early in the morning we took the train and the bus to reach our destination which was St. Johann. We hiked a little and had a lunch BBQ in a beautiful valley close to the pond. Second part of the hike, however,…
  • Obersaxen – looking for the perfect black sky

    Last adventure took us to Obersaxen, Graubünden. The idea was to spend a night in the Alpine hut and enjoy the Perseid's Meteor Shower. Obersaxen is situated in a valley and basing on Light Pollution Map, it is one of the very few places in Switzerland where light pollution is minimal. As always, I took…
  • Walensee and Weesen hike

    Few weeks ago we wanted to go somewhere for a hike but possibly close to lake. Because Zurich lake is almost fully urbanised and there are very few real hiking routs we chose to go to the next bigger lake - Walensee. It was already our third hike in the Walensee area but this time…
  • Tiny Planet – short guide

    As I have promised last time, today I would like to show you how to create a Tiny Planet – like picture. You will need basically two things: panorama picture and Adobe Photoshop. The best panorama, from my experience, is the one based on the 360°. The reason is quite simple – in this kind…

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