Decade — A World Wide Panorama
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How To Participate
Although all submissions that meet the technical and content requirements will most likely be accepted, the organizers reserve the right to refuse any individual submission.
Others of us simply need some ideas, a few suggestions to get our creativity engine running. Theme essays such as this suggest a lot of possibilities, plus most people as they read will think of more. Discussion of the theme on the WWP list is encouraged – share your ideas, spur each other on, help each other out. It’s a collaboration, not a competition.
Sometimes that brilliant idea you originally had turned out to be too hard, or impossible, or illegal. Or you didn’t have the time you needed. Or you’re a beginner and need a straightforward subject. The theme gives you a chance to shoot whatever you can, then tie it into the group endeavor with the caption.
It's been 10 years since the original World Wide Panorama. Share your interpretation of 10.
The World Wide Panorama events and web sites have been organized and created by Don Bain and Landis Bennett. They both participated in the early "Wrinkles" and maintain large web sites of their own panoramic images. Both are current or former members of the IVRPA (International VR Photography Association) Board of Directors. Original graphics by Kat Bennett and Markus Altendorff. Maps, database, and programming by Markus Altendorff. Thomas Rauscher, Keeper of the Coordinates. (More information about the organizers.)
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