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Panobook 2010

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Open the Panobook 2010, escape to the four corners of the world and discover the most beautiful panoramas shot by Autopano users, whether professionals or amateurs. After a difficult selection between more than one thousand images, the 151 panoramas available in this book reflect the best of the panoramic image of this year.

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“The great diversity in the choice of images drags us in a total change of scene.”

Chasseur d'Images Magazine, about Panobook 2009

Kolor Panobook 2010: the most beautiful panoramic images from around the world.

The Panobook 2010 is a collection of the most beautiful panoramic images produced by a community of professional and amateur photographers from around the world.
638 photographers submitted their work for this year’s project. 123 of them were selected by a jury of professional photographers well know for their panoramic work: Bertrand Bodin, Arnaud Frich and Hervé Sentucq. The final result is 151 exceptionally creative and exotic images. So do not wait any longer to open the 2010 Kolor Panobook and get on board for an unforgettable world tour.

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Panobook 2010: an original gift of high quality that everyone likes!

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The 123 contributors

Robert Abbett, Franck Agoua, Kenji Akiyoshi, Thomas Althaus, Christopher Arndt, Patrick Azay, Gordon Bain, Daniel Bejannin, Pascal Bénard, Lionel Bergeret, Philippe Besacier, Cyril Blazy, Christian Bludau, Jean-Laurent Bortolaso, Peter Braatz, Guillaume Cannat, Stefanie Carle, Richard Carlson, Gérard Ceccaldi, Marc Chauviere, Pierre Chenebault, Ayres Christ, Danai Chutinaton, Jason Cisneros, Ben Clegg, Ron Cooper, Sam & Ben Cooper, Pierre-A. d'Oilliamson, Rick Daley, Marc Davis, Jef De Becker, Jorge De La Torriente, Dmitry Degtyar, Jean-Louis Desouche, Olivier Devineau, Michael Doty, Philippe Durand, Yves Duval, Maciek Dworak, Ludwig Franz, Hank Gans, Patrick Gauthey, Pascal Gérard, Murat Germen, Jason Gotlib, Fernand Grasges, Jean Guimond, Alexandre Guinefort, Matthias Gutbier, Peter Gutsche, Eric Hagemann, Kostas Harvatis, Jean-Louis Heitz, Jean Heydon, Con Hionis, Robert Hoischen, Pierre Jayet, Stan Jirman, Joël Juge, Hady Khandani, Christian Kiely, James Knight-Smith, Georg Kohr, Tapio Kostet, Jean-Jacques Lacoudras, Stefan Lago, Roderick Laird, Matt Lambert, Bruno Langlois, Christophe Larquié, Scott Lerman, Andy Lerner, Philippe Lesage, Jook Leung, Roland Lhoest, Michael Lindsay, Laszlo Lugo Lugosi, Steven Macciolli, François Martin (a.k.a. BrÖk), Severine Mary, Karl Meier, Vasilis Mentogiannis, Jean-Marc Miller, Christophe Moratal, Geoffrey Morelle, Grégory Moulard (a.k.a. muscapix), David Murray, Robert Near, Mike O'Brien, Serhat Özşen, Gregor Pchalek, Maxime Peregrini, Jim Pire, Oliver Plick, Hans-Dieter Poppe, Thierry Poutrain, Alexandre Quillet, Steve Reed, Richard Reynolds, Alberto Rot Albarca, Thomas Roth, Jean-Pierre Rouja, Pascal Saulay, Jean-Marie Schmisser, Thorsten Schumm, David Seguin, Peter Seidler, Petr Semi, Hermann Sigurdsson, Hannah Sinclair, Randy Smith, Allan Stam, Alan Stanley, Mike Steffl, Takashi Sugiura, Andrew Sullivan, Renato Tarabella, Claire Thibeau, Martin Tinak, George Turner, Christoph Vogt, Matthias Wassermann, Olive White



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