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Wrinkle, March

(shooting period March 19,15:06 UTC to March 21, 15:06 UTC)

aleksandar janicijevic

Sunset in Toronto

Toni Garbasso

Gazometro, a tribute to a friend

Roma, gazometro

March, 20th 2024 14:35 GMT+1

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What do murals have to do with me holding a panorama of St. Peter's in my hands?

I was going out to photograph the panorama for this event in a place that I like for the colours, it's close to home and it's quiet, when I took a look at Facebook and saw that my friend and maestro Hans Nyberg was passed away.

Hans, who many of our group know, was a pioneer of the panoramic technique, an excellent professional photographer, and there was mutual respect.

When Pope Wojtyla died, in early April 2005, I received a message from Hans, urging me to go to St. Peter's Square and document the mourning. He would have published my work on panoramas.dk, but he made me understand that I could also publish it in online newspapers.

It was a success, I convinced the major Italian newspaper of the time to pay me (a lot!) for the shooting, and I think I was one of the first to publish a 360° reportage in a well known newspaper.

I thank him again, and I want to remember him this way.

This is a wrinkle that overlaps the times.

Ciao Hans!


16 mm and tripod

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