The photos on this site are the work of George Faerber, a photographer based in Columbus, Ohio.
None of the images may be used without prior permission. Prints and electronic use rights are available for purchase.
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A few years ago I purchased a product called Stitcher by Realviz. This product was sold to Autodesk and updated further (and split into a vr tour application as well.) While Stitcher still seems to win out over most competitors by any number of factors, new entrants are chipping away […]Read More
I’ve been working on a virtual tour project for a client recently and am in the processing stage, where I take the Circular Fisheye images from my Sunex 5.6mm lens (Nikon, Canon) and process them through Autodesk Stitcher. I’m doing this on my laptop for some reason, a mind numbingly […]Read More
The Tehachapi Mountains are located in southern California and spread out for approximately 40 miles throughout Kern County. This mountain range sits between the Mojave Desert to the east / southeast and San Joaquin Valley to the northwest. The lush pastures seen below (and oak trees, unseen in this photo) […]Read More
Koehn Lake is a dry lake and part of the Mojave Desert in Kern County, California. While heading towards Red Rock Canyon State Park we took an hour or two detour to experience this great landscape. These railroad tracks were built to facilitate the mining of the salt seen towards the horizon, […]Read More
The Hole in the Wall rock formation can be found on Grand Manan Island. It is found within the private Hole In the Wall Campground, although access is possible along hiking trails from other parts of the island as well. This large natural rock arch extends out over the edge of the […]Read More
Property Management Services typically involve a blended approach to many of the areas of expertise listed on the site. Rates start at $500 per half day within the Columbus, Ohio I-270 region for available lighting contracts and a single shooter. If the properties are proximate, it is possible to get […]Read More
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This print hangs in the Downtown Technology Center in Columbus, OH and is approximately 36 inches by 122 inches as a canvas wrap. It features the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Key Tower, Terminal Tower, the Science Museum, the Mather Museum and the Cleveland Browns Stadium.Read More
I use a program called MaxiVista on my Apple iPad and my Sony Windows 7 laptop. This application beams over monitor information to the iPad via my local WiFi connection, and lets me space out my working area on multiple displays. Technically, I’m using it as a third monitor, as […]Read More
I use the heck out of my iPad, and have started leaving my big Laptop behind for more and more client meetings. Click on through to see a list of apps that make my iPad indispensable.Read More
Content Aware Fill is a truly amazing algorithm that can be found in the new version of Adobe Photoshop. It is useful both for spot fixes, as well as larger ‘creative’ fills. In the example below, you can see how the 4 images of a panorama come together and leave […]Read More
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is the permanent home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Sitting at the intersection of First Street and Grand Avenue on Bunker Hill, it is located close to the existing Music Center of Los Angeles.Read More
The Cannery was photographed from the roof of the Lonz building across the street. This multi-row panorama captures the entire frontage of the building and is close to the maximum field of view (FOV) for a rectilinear panorama. Click here for more information on The Cannery.Read More
Bryce Canon is an incredible National Park located in Utah. While traveling there in April of 2010, I was fortunate enough to capture many beautiful locations throughout the park. The photo below was taken on 120mm film using a Fuji GX680. It is difficult to describe the park to someone […]Read More
I’ve been discussing some issues with the recent release of a new Sigma camera with some photographer friends of mine. This new Sigma claims a resolution roughly 3 times it’s apparent sensor size, and some people are crying foul over this practice. This is largely the same argument that’s […]Read More
While camera bags and backpacks are great for day trips, my Storm Cases (now by Pelican) were indispensable on my trip. Not just for large gear, like the Fuji GX680 and it’s lenses, but for the myriad assortment of littler things too … thread adapters, spare tripod heads, etc. As […]Read More
Rhizomes seem to follow me around. While each of these plants appear to be separate units, they are stalks formed up from a single runner under the sand. The plant shoots out tendrils and these sorts of rhizometric growths play a huge role in the control of dune erosion. This photo […]Read More
A few months ago, I added an unusual lens to my bag, a Sigma 600mm F8 Nikon mirror lens. It shares the same body conventions as other catadioptric lenses (ones that use a combination of refractive and reflective optics) which ‘fold’ the light coming into the camera similar to how […]Read More