Panoramic vision


A panoramic image refers to the contemplation of a complete panorama through a photograph, that is, a complete or total view of the place where it is located, the use of a panoramic image is usually for artistic purposes, inserting an image to complete a beautiful place in a painting or photograph, or alternatively for architectural purposes to demonstrate the harmony that several buildings make in the same environment, or also to define the ideal location for a new construction site.

In any of the occasions, the panoramic image must make a complete coverage of the place observed, taking into account a wide shot horizontally or vertically according to what you want to capture; There are different types of techniques implemented to capture a panoramic image:

Circular Paintings – This is applied when the image to be captured is within a cylindrical base, or the image captured within a cylinder, this method was the artistic rage in the 19th century and was soon a widespread media or massive.

From the psychological point of view, at the existential level, the name of panoramic vision also receives the phenomenon by which a person can sequentially remember the most outstanding moments of his life before the proximity of death.

The elderly tend to remember the past more often because, as if they were on top of a mountain, they have a clearer vision of what their life has been like, that is, the path they have traveled to get to that point.

From this point of view, this panoramic image shows a retrospective exercise through which the person relives some moments that have been fixed in a special way on their retinas, forming the whole that makes up the story. There are films that through cinema also offer a panoramic view of history through plots that show a jump in time.

From the point of view of knowledge, the panoramic view shows the attitude of the subject who has a mental openness to continue filtering new knowledge. An attitude that is contrary to the closed attitude of someone who has many internal prejudices and who falls into intellectual habits that lead to ignorance. Having a broad vision of a given topic allows a closer approach to the truth that goes beyond simple subjective belief.