Namdaemun Market Flash Panorama

Namdaemun is a large, 600-year-old open-air market in Seoul, South Korea. It was named Namdaemun after the nearby “Great South Gate” and is Korea’s largest traditional market. Almost anything – textiles, food, accessories, cosmetics, etc. – can be purchased at the market. Namdaemun is open 24 hours every day except Sunday with the best discounts after midnight. Namchang-dong (Jung-gu, downtown, Hoehyon Station Line 4), Seoul. Phone 2128-7800.

Flash Panorama of Open Air Market (Seoul, South Korea)
(click & drag to move; ctrl = zoom out / shift = zoom in)
Namdaemun Market Flash Panorama
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4 Responses to “Namdaemun Open-air Market (Seoul, South Korea)”

Julio Says:

How can I make panoramic views just like these you have in the site??

Do you use an specific software and process to do it?

Markus Says:

I realy like that one, right in the middle of the market. Nice one.

lostinjapan Says:

Thank you :) It’s too bad it was so out of focus, but I thought it was still worth the stitch.

lostinjapan Says:

I use the software PTGui, Pano2VR and a lot of Photoshop :) For the pictures, when I can use a tripod, I usually take 6 images with a fisheye lens – 4 around, 1 up & 1 down. This particular picture was handheld (as are most of my travel pictures), so it was only 4 pictures around. But if you don’t mind not taking the top and bottom of your photos, you can make some very nice cylindrical panoramas in about 9 shots with any camera. Good luck! :)

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