I'm Ed Fink, and these are my 360 degree panoramas. I was the first VR photographer in the world to do fullscreen 360 degree panoramas from a helicopter. Today I'm a FAA licensed drone pilot and shoot most of my aerials with a quadcopter.
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 60 MILLION VIEWS.
Take a look below at some of my Google tours, or go to my Google Street View page for more information and many samples.
I want to partner with you to offer Google Street View virtual tours to your clients! Google hosts the tour in Google Maps, but you're needed to also embed the tour in your client's web pages, blog, or Facebook.
Email or call 651-483-1557
360 degree panorama next to the glass fireplace during the grand opening of the Minneapolis Public Library. Although bound to be more popular on a sub-zero day in winter, the glass fireplace attracts readers year round.
Equipment: Nikon D70s, Sigma 8mm, Kaidan QuickPan III
Start with the "Featured" category to see an assortment of my most interesting panoramas.
Select a panorama category:
"That's the coolest thing on the web."
"You brought tears to my eyes."
"One of the neatest photo sites I've ever seen."
"I'm afraid of heights and when I looked straight down I nearly threw up!"
"I am stunned by the quality and possible applications, nice job."
"That combo of eye-in-the-sky with eyes on the ground is fantastic."
"I sent this to every pilot I know."
"HOW IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE?!"
"The 360 shots are almost unbelieveable!!!!"
"Oh my gosh Ed - they are just beautiful."
"That aerial panorama over Lake Calhoun is totally awesome"
"I've instantly become a fan of your panorama photos!"
"Wow, your panoramas are like nothing I have ever seen before. Very impressive!"
"the absolute best I have seen anywhere."
"ED - I am not surprised by all the comments you have received. The VR is AWESOME!"
Now I only shoot interactive 360 degree panoramas, but long ago I photographed rock concerts (and almost anything else!) for fun and profit. Here's a few of my concert photos and a story about shooting a 1981 Rolling Stones concert.