Posts Tagged ‘Travel’
Posted by imrananwar on December 15, 2016
(Click to see the interactive virtual reality experience.) I had stepped out of my then office on 52nd Street near Radio City Music Hall when I took shot this handheld panorama on an iPhone 4S.
Unfortunately even four years later, with PhotoShop CC 2017 the program fails to properly stitch actual Spherical panoramas.
Doing the upper view accurately would take too long so I hope you will just enjoy the street scene with some inaccurate processing above my name.
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Posted in 360, Architecture, Cars, Imran, Imran Anwar, iPhone, Lifestyle, Manhattan, New York, Panorama, Photography, Travel, Virtual Reality | Tagged: 2016, 360, Architecture, buildings, Cars, equirectangular, Flickr, History, i Phone, Imran, ImranAnwar, iPhone 6+, Lifestyles, Manhattan, New York, New York City, Panorama, People, photoshop, Red, Shopping, Spherical, Street, summer, Travel, USA | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on June 19, 2016
Posted in Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Memories, Pakistan, Travel, Travelogue | Tagged: Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Life, Life Lessons, Memoriam, Memories, Pakistan, Philosophy, Stories, Travel, Travelogue | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 21, 2016
Posted in Dusk, East Patchogue, Heron Pointe, Imran, Imran Anwar, Long Island, Moon, New York, Panorama, Patchogue, Photography, photoshop | Tagged: Beach, Dusk, East Patchogue, Gratitude, Imran, Imran Anwar, LifeStyle, Long Island, Marine, Memories, Moon, Nature, New York, Patchogue, Photography, Sunset, Travel, Water | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 6, 2016
Posted in Erotica, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Love, Memories, Paris, Passion, Romance, Travel, Uncategorized | Tagged: Adventure, EiffelTower, France, Memories, Paris, Passion, Romance, Travel, Travelogue | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 5, 2016
The photo title is derived from the famous book by Ayn Rand, but the reason I walked many miles to get to this place, Fontaine Molière, on Rue Thérèse, with my companion during our trip to Paris, France, was to salute another even bigger literary giant.
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, better known as Molière, was born nearly 400 years ago, on 15 January 1622. He was a French playwright, comedian, writer and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature.
He was loved by the French King Louis XIV, but was hated by the Church for his ridiculing the hypocrites ruling religion. He died on 17 February 1673, a few hours after doing a performance of his final play, ironically, about a hypochondriac.
His works, and his legacy, live on for the ages.
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Posted in Architecture, Chiristianity, Church, culture, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Memories, Paris, Travel, Travelogue, Uncategorized | Tagged: Architecture, Art, Christianity, culture, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, intolerance, Literature, Memories, Paris, theater, Travel, Travelogue | 1 Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on July 30, 2015
There are so many different vantage points and so many different lighting conditions to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. I have always only managed to catch a quick shot now and then during usually hurried short trips there for the last 26 years. This one was a particular stunning sight as the golden pink dusk settled in over the dark silhouette of the mountains and the new moon was sharply visible in the sky as bright as the headlights of drivers making their way across the bridge. As the monumental structures bridged the cities across the bay, the moon and dusk bridged the ending day and coming night.
© 2015 IMRAN
Posted in Architecture, Clouds, Imran, ImranAnwar, Night, Nikon, Sunset, Travel | Tagged: Architecture, California, Clouds, D300, Fall, framed, Golden Gate Bridge, History, Imran, ImranAnwar, Inspiration, Landmarks, Landscapes, Marine, Nature, Night, Nikon, Ocean, Outdoors, peaceful, Pink, Red, San Francisco, silhouette, Sky, Solar, Square, Sun, Sunset, Tranquility, Travel, Vacation, Water, yellow | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on January 12, 2015
Stunning Sunset Apollo Beach #Florida in 12 seconds timelapse #video
http://youtu.be/-WYWw7KhDdw made with my Windows Phone #Lumia1020.
Posted in Florida, Imran, Imran Anwar, Nature, Travel, Uncategorized, Video | Tagged: Florida, Imran, Imran Anwar, Nature, Sunset, Timelapse, Travel, Video | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on November 23, 2014
Berliner Dom DOMinating Berlin Sky – IMRAN™ on Flickr.
I love Berlin, Germany, and every time I am in Berlin since my first visit 27 years ago, I always enjoy visiting the Lustgarten area and seeing this imposing structure of the Berliner Dom.
I was able to take this awesome composite photo by combining a few photos taken with my Windows Phone Lumia 1020 and photmerging them in Photoshop. It is amazing how much detail can be see if you view the 55 MB 11000×7800 pixel image on a giant screen.
© 2014 IMRAN
Posted in Architecture, Christianity, Europe, Germany, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Photography, Religion, Travel | Tagged: berlin, berlinerdom, Blue, bluesky, Europe, Germany, Imran, landmanrks, Landscapes, Lumia1020, Outdoors, photoshop, scenic, serenity, Travel, Travelogue, WindowsPhone | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on August 17, 2014
A golden moment in time I captured during my recent visit to London, England, after 22 years.
As the hands of time complete their turns on the Big Ben’s clock face, the face of London continues to evolve.
The changes were so marked in the 22 years between my 2 visits, I can only wonder what someone from an older more gilded age would think, if we could turn back time, or cause a bend in the space and time continuum.
Definitely something to keep a(n) (London) Eye on!
© 2014 IMRAN
Posted in Architecture, England, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, London, Photography, Travel | Tagged: England, Europe, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, London, Photography, Travel, Travelogue, WindowsPhone | Leave a Comment »