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Fascinated by Alps panoramatic views and the Full HD experience, to complement photos, which I publish in h=500px quality at the alpen-panoramen.de, I want to offer selected Alps panorama images in a high (Full HD or higher) resolution here.
Beware that all images carry my full copyrights, and may be used for personal viewing only, unless otherwise explicitely approved by myself in written.

Apple iPad's Safari reduces the size of large images. To enable the full high resolution experience on your iPad, the panorama images on this site have been cut to 'tiles' and are seamlessly presented so that you can enjoy it at a high resolution.

To view the panorama images on a TV, I copy them first into our PlayStation®3. With the remote control you can zoom in/out and scroll left/right to see the whole image. I use PS3, as my Sony Bravia KD-52Z4500 won't let me zoom in - or at least I did not discover, how to make it work. With other TV-sets this might work differently.

If you access this site from another device, for example from a PC or a TV-set, you can also download below panorama images as a single file. To do that, click the Full HD or the HD Ready  icon in the panorama section.

As the technologies evolve, also here at this website, new - higher - resolutions will appear. Check in from time to time.

Enjoy some of those wondeful views and let me know if you like it!

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150° Panoramablick aus dem Schareck 3.123m (Goldberggruppe) - Westen (~156° bis ~310°):
Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version.Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version. Click on above image to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 58 'tiles' of total size of 8,09MB (width=9860px)

We left for our short skiing holidays on January 1st. Our target has been the Mölltaler Gletscher skiing resort, above Flattach. The weather during our 1st skiing day - on the 2nd of January was just ugly: very fast wind, temperatures below -20°C, snowing, and visibility less then 10 meters ahead. We went up just once, and decided to leave it for the day. When we reached the shuttle station, we saw they stopped to operate the lifts up already, because of the too strong wind. It has been a real surprise when we woke up in the morning, the day after, and saw the blue sky and sunshine. This panorama shows the atmosphere, and in particular the seeability and the view in the direction of Dolomits has been fantastic. This panorama has been taken from the end station of the lift, which brings you over 3.000m high.

You see it all here, from the south west part of Julian Alps, the whole Karnischer Hauptkamm, Dolomits, Schobergruppe, Grossglocker, Hoher Sonnblick and Hocharn. I found even the Rojacher Hütte on the ridge of Sonnblick.


Information on source photos. Date:
Camera:
Parameters:
Processing:
January 3rd, 2010    9:46cet
Casio Exlim EX-H10 (without tripod)
Focus 89mm (35mmFilm), F/11, 1/250sec, WhiteBalance: auto
Consists of 10 landscape photo (4000x3000px); Adobe PSE 8.0, IrfanView 4.25

Click here to open a new window with a position of the shotting spot on Google Maps. N47°02'19,5"
E13°01'13,7"
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 7,91MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 6,57MB
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click here to open a new window with this panorama at alpen-panoramen.de
Click here to open a new window and view a computer created panorama. Panorama by Uwe Deuschle's utility.
For full 360° panorama click here.

Description of the peaks:
Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version.Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version.
Click on above image to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 58 'tiles' of total size of 9,22MB (width=14036px)

Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 9,59MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 6,96MB
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click here to open a new window with this panorama at alpen-panoramen.de

Poster version (4:1):
Printing optimised version with 299 labels (of which 286 peak labels). Recommended dimmensions of the printout are: 120x30cm or 160x40cm. Sizes below 120x30cm will produce too small unreadable peak labels. Sizes above 160x40cm will probably deliver lower image quality.
Click on the image right to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 32 'tiles' of total size of 3,14MB (width=4320px).
Click here to open a new window with this image in Full HD (h=1080) format.Click here to open a new window with this image in Full HD (h=1080) format.
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 3,33MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 2,37MB
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185° Panoramablick aus dem Schareck 3.123m (Goldberggruppe) - Osten (~335° bis ~160°):
Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version. Click on above image to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 99 'tiles' of total size of 17,7MB (width=19110px)

This panorama has been taken on the next day. The weather was still excellent, despite of the front approaching from south (therefore you won't see the Julian Alps in Slovenia, which otherwise would have been visible from here). The east view is just fantastic from here, you see it all. From the Hochkönig, Tennengebirge in the north, the dominating Bischofsmütze and Dachstein, you can see even Grimming, the whole range of Niedere Tauern, Sportgastein skiing resort, Ankogel, Hanoverhaus, Hochalmspitze ... The wind was still very fast, and temperatures below -20°C. Just consider the chill out effect ... yes it was quite freezing. I've spend a lot of time to fine tune this panorama image during the stitching process, as the camera took every shot using different settings. I love this one, it's one of my favorite.


Information on source photos. Date:
Camera:
Parameters:
Processing:
Remarks:
January 4th, 2010    10:38cet
Casio Exlim EX-H10 (without tripod)
Focus 105mm (35mmFilm), F/11, 1/200sec, WhiteBalance: auto
Consists of 17 landscape photo (4000x3000px); Adobe PSE 8.0, IrfanView 4.25
-24°C, wind speed: 70km/h, shutter releases without claws!

Click here to open a new window with a position of the shotting spot on Google Maps. N47°02'22,5"
E13°01'15,3"
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 19,8MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 14,5MB
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click here to open a new window with this panorama at alpen-panoramen.de
Click here to open a new window and view a computer created panorama. Panorama by Uwe Deuschle's utility.
For full 360° panorama click here.


100° Panoramablick aus dem Wöllaner Nock 2.145m - West- und Nordblick (~232° bis ~331°):
Click on this image to open a new window and view the Full HD version. Click on above image to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 99 'tiles' of total size of 16,6MB (width=17618px)

This panorama I took on the 2nd day of our 'Semesterferien' holidays in Bad Kleinkirchheim. The weather was brilliant for the whole week. In fact I took two 360° panorama images from the same place here, just using different zoom. Despite I was using tripod, I lost the horizontal line, so I had to stop at the left end you see here. The seeability was just excellent, and I was able to identify some peaks, which were over 150km away. The day after I took this panorama, I had an accident, and have broken my arm at shoulder, which has taken me over a year to recover from fully.


Information on source photos. Date:
Camera:
Parameters:
Processing:
February 1st, 2010    11:09cet
Casio Exlim EX-H10 (with tripod)
Focus 240mm (35mmFilm), F/3,25, 1/640sec, WhiteBalance: daylight
Consists of 20 landscape photo (4000x3000px); Adobe PSE 8.0

Click here to open a new window with a position of the shotting spot on Google Maps. N46°46'36,1"
E13°49'42,5"
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 19,3MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 9,47MB
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click here to open a new window with this panorama at alpen-panoramen.de
Click here to open a new window and view a computer created panorama. Panorama by Uwe Deuschle's utility.
For full 360° panorama click here.

Description of the peaks:
Click on this image to open a new window and view the h=2025 version.Click on this image to open a new window and view the h=2025 version.Click on this image to open a new window and view the h=2025 version.Click on this image to open a new window and view the h=2025 version.
Click on above image to view the h=2025 version online. Panorama consists of 64 'tiles' of total size of 22,8MB (width=18752px)

Click here to download this panorama as a single h=2025px file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 12,0MB
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Poster version (4:1):
Printing optimised version with 341 labels (of which 310 peak labels). Recommended dimmensions of the printout are: 160x40cm or 200x50cm. Sizes below 160x40cm will produce too small unreadable peak labels. Sizes above 200x50cm will probably deliver lower image quality.
Click on the image right to view the Full HD version online. Panorama consists of 30 'tiles' of total size of 2,71MB (width=4320px).
Click here to open a new window with this image in Full HD (h=1080) format.Click here to open a new window with this image in Full HD (h=1080) format.
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 3,33MB
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Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 2,15MB
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100° Panoramablick aus dem Wöllaner Nock 2.145m - West- und Nordblick (~232° bis ~331°):
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