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Welcome to Mike McFarlane - Landscape Photography

Mike McFarlane is a landscape photographer, specialising in landscape, panoramic and 360° VR tour photography. Fascinated by the beauty of the light and land, especially the coast, his work shares this beauty with others. Mike's photography covering Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, County Durham, Teesside, Yorkshire, Scotland, UK and Europe is used commercially by a wide variety of clients and is available in galleries nationwide.

Photography Tips & Articles

Realviz StitcherPro 5.5 review

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In a previous technique article, Howto Panoramas and Digital Stitching, I discussed a variety of digital panorama stitching methods and software tools including Realviz Stitcher and PTAssembler (based on the open source PanoTools). And it was PTAssembler that I recommended for the amount of control, high quality output and value for money that it offered. I had tried Stitcher in the past and found it slow with a limited file output size. Well nothing has changed with PTAssembler, it is still a great…

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Latest News & Events

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Mar

Do you want to commission panoramic photography or a virtual tour?

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I am now back in the UK from Russia and I am available for commissions in panoramic photography and 360° virtual tours covering rural landscapes, urban cityscapes and architectural interiors.

You can view the results from my last year long commission…

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Apr

Panorama featured on Digitallab

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Digitallab, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, is a professional photolab that has been featured on Dragon's Den. They also run an interesting blog featuring photographers they like, and this week it is my turn. Check my panoramic photography out on the…

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Mar

HowTo panoramas and virtual tours

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If you want to know how I produce my panoramic photographs and virtual tours here is an article I wrote a while ago that containts most of the details - The joy of panoramic images and 360° virtual tours