I've been using the recent panorama camera feature for the iPhone update non-stop lately. In my travels, I've found that a single frame can't capture something within it's context entirely. I love that I can now easily photograph a big view, without having to a fuss with any extra apps. I hope you enjoy these shots from different places around København! Click each one to enlarge for the full effect!
// Taken from within a courtyard near my school. I love this space because it's easy to miss, but is really special!
// A summery shot from the running path behind my apartment in Amager. The fields are filled with cute animals, and the building in the distance is Figure 8 by Bjarke Ingels Group!
// This is the view out of the window I sit by in studio, which is located right in the city center. I love the mixture of red tile and green copper roofs that characterize the medieval buildings.
// This bridge leads from a bike path to Slusholmen, an interesting housing project in Copenhagen. In the daytime, you can find lots of people fishing in the water!
// Another cool housing project to check out is Tietgen Kollegiet in Islands Brygge. It's a really nice round structure, and the surrounding areas have cool graffiti art.
// Taken in my Urban Theories class, this one is also in Islands Brygge. We were studying the public space along the waterfront, that is a really popular hang out spot.
// Finally, Skateparken is an awesome skatepark within Fælledparken. It has a huge half-pipe and is used by all ages, not just kids.
I have a few more panoramas from other countries that I will share in the future. Have you used this feature lately? x. Paige