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The Bengals are literally trying to turn it around

BY Geoff Hobson

The club has pictures of 360-degree views of each of the seven open seating zones in Paul Brown Stadium on their web site in an effort to show fans what exactly they will see from those seats. Also among the 9 pictures on are panaromic views from the playing field and a private suite.

Jeff Berding, the Bengals director of community affairs, got the idea from the web site of the AFC champion Tennessee Titans and dispatched a four-hour photo shoot at the stadium.

"These are unbelievably accurate representations of what the view is like from these areas," Berding said. "The key is it's just not a static photo. You can move it yourself to see what you would view on all sides, including views you would have of downtown and the river."

The photographer took two pictures of each view on a tripod. After one shot was taken, the camera was turned 180 degrees for the other shot. The photos were then digitally pasted together.

Below is a direct link to each of the 9 Paul Brown Stadium 360-degree views

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