The Grand Canyon Panorama Project is ongoing. Already there are hundreds of panoramas in the project ready for you to enjoy, but more are being added all the time. And though only a few narratives are present in the project this far, more narratives are also being added to the project regularly. We provide several different ways for you to learn when new panoramas and narratives are added to the project.
The best way to learn when new project panoramas and narratives are created is to subscribe to our email notification list. Here’s a sign-up form for the list, which you can fill out and submit from right here:
Each time a new panorama or narrative is posted, we’ll send an email to your inbox complete with links to take you directly to the new panoramas. Note that we will never sell or share your email address with anybody. We hate spam as much as you do, and we will only email you when new panoramas are created, probably one or twice a week.
You can also get the latest project news, including notices of new panoramas and narratives, by following the Grand Canyon Panorama Project on Twitter:
Or, if you are a Facebook user, you can like the project page on Facebook:
Note, however, that liking our page on Facebook does not necessarily mean that notices from the project will always appear in your Facebook newsfeed. To do so, you must specifically tell Facebook that you want to receive notices for all of the posts made by the project, and Facebook, for their own reasons, makes it hard to do so (they want to make Facebook page publishers like us bribe them (or as they say pay them to ‘boost’ a post) to make sure that all subscribers get a post. And since I don’t like giving into bribery, the best way to make sure you get project notices is to subscribe to the email list.
One other way to see what the latest on the project is to simply visit the project home page. There you’ll see a button that says SEE WHAT’S NEW. Click it and the rotating carousel of panoramas at the top of the home page will switch to display the latest panoramas on the project, and you can then click on whichever one you like to enter the project at that spot.
We also encourage you to share panoramas with your friends though Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels. Share buttons appear near the bottom of each project Gateway page for a panorama:
Click on the button of your favorite social media channel to share a link to the panorama. Also, a share button appears in the upper right-hand corner of each panorama page within the inner project:
Click on that button and a popup will appear, with buttons for the same set of media channels, that will also allow you to share a link to the panorama:
If you are a panoramic photographer and have captured your own panoramas of the Grand Canyon, we encourage you to contact us and submit your work for consideration of inclusion of your work in the project. We are particularly looking for panoramas in the more remote areas of the park that are not yet covered. If your work is accepted, you will receive full acknowledgement and credit for your work within the project, and we can link back to your own web site.
If you are generous and would like to help the project out, we’d love you to make a donation to the project. The project has been an unpaid labor of love for many years, but there are bills to be paid, and several years worth of panoramas and narratives await completion.
Finally, if you or your organization would like to make a major contribution to the project and would like to get acknowledgement for it, we offer sponsorship of individual panoramas, with display of your logo and message whenever your sponsored panorama is displayed. Head over here for the details.