The WWP started in 2004. This is an event or showing of your themed work. It is NOT competition. Entering in this event is a great way to get your name out there where everyone in the world can see your themed work. This is a FREE "non-commercial project, done simply to create enthusiasm for VR photography, and provide an outlet for our collective creativity." Open to all panoramic photographers. We don't want to exclude anyone who wants to join in, or to miss a potentially great panorama by a new entrant. So, welcome all - spread the word and bring a friend.
IF you have questions about how to register and upload your entry feel free to PM or email dave at 360texas.com
You may visit the WWP site by clicking on this link http://worldwidepanorama.org/worldwidep ... index.html
Cross Post from WWP list written by: Pat Swovelin World Wide Panorama Event Coordinator
The theme for the WWP March 2012 equinox event is "Paths".
noun, plural paths [pathz, pahthz, paths, pahths].
1. a way beaten, formed, or trodden by the feet of persons or animals.
2. a narrow walk or way: a path through a garden; a bicycle path.
3. a route, course, or track along which something moves: the path of a hurricane.
Initially that may sound pretty boring but once you start to think about it as it relates to where you are on the planet all sorts of possibilities open up. Paths involves both paths of the present world (e.g., freeways, roads and sidewalks, insect/animal trails, contrails (they show the paths in the sky planes fly in), star trails, rivers, glaciers) and of the past also (e.g., where Hannibal crossed the Alps or the paths that Asians used when they migrated across Beringa and wound up populating the western hemisphere or where ships sailed from the Marquesas and later discovered Hawai'i or all roads lead to Rome or the scarring left in cliffs by glaciers as they moved towards the sea or an old lava flow). There are paths all around you if you just have the eyes to see them.
Show us some.
The official shooting period starts Thursday night/Friday morning March 16th at 00:00 (technically 00:00:01 since there is no 00:00) and ends Sunday night March 25th at 24:00. The open editing period also starts at the same time and ends Saturday night March 31st at 24:00. All times are local to where you are when you shoot it and where you are when you edit it (if you happen to be traveling across time zones).
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