I'm Ed Fink, and these are my 360 degree panoramas. I was the first photographer in the world to shoot 360 degree panoramas from a helicopter. Today I'm a FAA licensed drone pilot and shoot most of my aerials with a quadcopter.
In addition to shooting aerial panoramas, I'm also a Google Street View Trusted Photographer in Minneapolis shooting Street View tours inside local businesses.
I publish thousands of 360 degree panoramas and virtual tours to Google Maps, where I currently have over 100 MILLION VIEWS.
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Equipment: NikonD70, Sigma 8mm, Kaidan QuickPan III
360 degree aerial panorama of the Iron Ore docks on Lake Superior's Agate Bay in Two Harbors, MN. The steel docks were originally built to load high grade iron ore from the Mesabi Iron Range onto large ships, but after World War II most of the high grade iron ore in the U.S. ran out and the industry moved to a lower grade ore, taconite, which you see here. The docks are over 1,300 feet long and seven stories tall. Today 12 million tons of taconite a year are shipped from Two Harbors to other locations on the Great Lakes eventually to be heated up to over 1000 degrees in blast furnaces, and converted into steel.
Equipment: DJI P4P, 24 mm
Start with the "Featured" category to see an assortment of my most interesting panoramas.