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Discussion in 'Photographers' started by psymd1, Jan 28, 2010.
Fishermen, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Vietnam, March 2016
X100T f4, 1/1250, ISO200
I went back to photograph that bird again, but this time with a hide.
Click this link then the photo inside the link to see the Photosphere.
A Photosphere is a 360-degree panorama that lets you take immersive pictures with your phone, then share them online. You can pan and zoom, much like you can with the Google Street View feature we've all come to know on Google Maps.
Only, these are our images.
Sadly, it was a no show.
A Corregidor tranvia under the Milky Way
Canon 7D / Samyang 16mm / f 2.0 / ISO 1600 / 13 sec.
Facebook now allows all users to do 360 photos & video.
Link leads to my 360 photo on Facebook.
The 360 photo was assembled from multiple stills taken using the Google Camera app for Android. I know Google Street View for iOS can do 360 photos/Photospheres.
For a 360 video or single shot 360 photo you will need a dedicated 360 camera.
Better 360 photo here.
Ang Panday @ Paoay Sand Dunes
having fun with the iPhone 7 plus and its low-light capabilities. here's a shot i took (from behind) of this year's UP christmas lantern in diliman:
and here's a favorite panoramic shot from a recent trip to angkor wat:
Merry Christmas everyone!
IMG_0170 copy by Migs, on Flickr
Nothing special. I recently purchased a 10-18mm UW lens for my 650D. I wanted to make ordinary objects and places that are otherwise boring, pop out and become interesting.
The Great Grate
I am still learning. The pic above, I realized, would benefit from a smaller aperture for a deeper DoF. It should make more of the foreground storm grate in focus.
First attempt at photographing a mural. This particular art strikes me as something that was painstakingly done to look serious. However, certain details were added for that tongue-in-cheek humor.
I might do the same with certain graffitis I run into in the future.
Cheesy as it sounds, I call this "Ugly Beautiful"
Table Mountain Cape Town
i took this lucky shot with my iphone 7 plus this afternoon of two deer feeding just outside the getty villa near LA:
Using the Noir option in the Photos app, since the original was too monochromatic grayish-green.