As a 360 panoramic photographer, I am always fascinated by the challenges and the possibilities this type of photography has to offer.

For the creation of a photo in which you can see it all, it will be important to take into account that everything is going to be exposed. This can be sometimes challenging as the beauty from one sector could be eclipsed by the unattractiveness of the opposite side.

Another outcome of this technique is the creative expression awaiting to be revealed, which done with playful processing you'll never know what to expect.

My vision strives to provoke an awakening to see the world differently changing our perception.


Revealing the hidden landmark of any landscape.

A Tiny Planet is a cool concept that comes out of a 360 panoramic image. During its process, it enables me to create an innovative composition. Something new or interesting in a way that you may have never seen before.

At a glance, it may appear different, provocative, cute, and even amazing, but when looked at it closely you will find that it is expressing a whole new Microverse.

I would like to share my vision about a location and suggest that each place has its own ecosystem.


The main feature of this type of photography is the total visual coverage that it provides. It's an interactive photo in which users can explore all the scenario by moving and dragging the mouse or fingertip around, and in response, the image moves up and down 180 degrees and sideways 360 degrees, offering a complete and realistic space of the scene. These images are made from 4 bracketed shots stitched together.


The equipment I use is Canon EOS 5DMkIII + Sigma 8mm fisheye lens + tripod with panoramic head + some editing software as Photoshop and PTGui Pro.

Many hours of dedication behind each one of my 360 Panos & Tiny Planets, like removing distractions and cleaning dirty streets which are always full of chewing gums, cigarette butts and unfinished road works. As well as removing many people and cars out of the scene in order to highlight the architecture’s cityscape.

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