and another shot as the little planet fades out..
This is the first take of the little planet time-lapse shot at Sunset Park in Tarpon Springs..
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)..
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!
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.. […]
and another perspective..
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..
i moved to apartment 2606 almost halfway through the year i lived at left bank at k station. here’s the view from february 2009: here’s july 2009 in the original fisheye images that the camera shot: and here’s july 2009 in the faux stereographic projection / little planet look i had it rendering as for the live webcam:
after shooting, tweaking, and learning the little planet technique while wandering about oahu, i knew the next thing to do would be create a time-lapse in the little planet look.. here’s a sample stereographic projection little planet video.. i had to manually fire this as my interval timer broke!