This is the first take of the little planet time-lapse shot at Sunset Park in Tarpon Springs..
and another perspective..
Here’s the first draft of a little planet time-lapse I shot at my friend Jesse’s wedding on the beach of Redington Shores.. It was a small wedding, comprised mostly of photographers!
Here’s another look at this image..
After landing in Hawaii for the first time and running around shooting little planet stills around the island while testing/tweaking my technique (as I had just begun experimenting with the little planet stereographic projection look a week before my trip), I thought the next thing to do would be to create a time-lapse video as it’d look pretty amazing (and it had never been done before). Here’s my first attempt at manually creating it.. This is raw, unedited and unfinished.. […]
sleeping under the stars after driving an hour or more up/down/around a bumpy dirt/rock road only to find a closed gate in my path
here’s a reverse little planet, a stereographic tunnel.. some stitching errors are visible in this one (the wind was blowing constantly and was pretty strong so the clouds in the last shot were in a different position in the sky than in the first shot and couldn’t align properly) here’s the first take on the top shot (before I decided to slow the frame rate down to compensate for the wind)..
and another shot as the little planet fades out..
A time-lapse from the boat dock at Lansbrook Park.. I didn’t bring the whole 360×180 rig with me this time so took a different approach in the editing..