Photo Spheres are fully spherical 360° x 180° panoramic photographs that enable the exploration of all viewing angles from a particular location.
Buttons on the photo spheres below can be used to stop and start an azimuthal pan, adjust the zoom level and toggle to-and-from full-screen display.
The zoom level can also be adjusted using a mouse scroll wheel, or by varying the distance between your thumb and forefinger whilst they are in contact with the image on a touch-screen.
Different viewing angles can be explored by dragging the cursor across an image in the direction opposite to that in which you wish to pan whilst holding down either mouse button, by swiping your finger in that direction across a touch screen or by using the arrow keyes whilst in full screen mode.
On compatible mobile devices, buttons will also be displayed to toggle on-and-off gyro support, which enables different directions to be explored by varying the orientation of the viewing device, and that for using the device in a Virtual Reality viewer such as Google Cardboard.
St Helen's Church
Please click here for a higher resolution version (1.5 MB file).
St Peter's Church
Please click here for a higher resolution version (1.8 MB file).
St Helen's Churchyard
Please click here for a higher resolution version (2.7 MB file).
St Mary's Churchyard
Please click here for a higher resolution version (2.3 MB file).
Powered by Photo Sphere Viewer.