Posts Tagged ‘littleplanet’

Night Sky Time-Lapse Captures Trippy Star Trails in 360 Degrees

We’ve seen both night sky and 360º time-lapses before, but we hadn’t ever run across an amalgamation of the two until earlier this week when we received an email from photographer Vincent Brady. Read more…

Six GoPros and a Roller Coaster Make for a Nauseating 360º ‘Little Planet’ Ride

If you enjoy your adrenaline mixed with a little bit of nausea, the above video is probably right up your alley.

Created by photographer Ignacio Ferrando, the video was made by rigging together six GoPro cameras then using the video-stitching software VideoStitch to produce a stomach-turning adventure: a little planet-style roller coaster ride. Read more…

BTS: Music Video Shot Using a Drone with 8 GoPros Attached for ‘Little Planet’ Effect

We’ve seen how impressive footage shot with a drone and just one GoPro can be, but that’s child’s play compared to the band Booka Shade’s most recent music video shoot. Employing the services of the drone cinematographers at Octofilms, they slapped 8 GoPros onto a drone to capture some psychedelic ‘Little Planet’ style imagery. Read more…

Jaw-Dropping Little-Planet Photos That Span the Four Seasons

We’ve shared examples of stereographic projection (AKA “little planet”) photography here before, but none quite like these. Sydney-based visual artist Catherine Nelson creates some of the most amazing “planets” we’ve seen by stitching together hundreds of individual photographs. Trained as a painter and having worked on feature films like Moulin Rouge and Harry Potter, she uses her visual effects expertise to combine the images in creative and surreal ways.
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Little Planet with the Aurora Borealis

Swedish photographer Göran Strand created this amazing “little planet” photo (AKA a stereographic projection) that shows the Aurora Borealis overhead. He titled it “Planet Aurora”.

(via APOD via My Modern Met)


Image credit: Photograph by Göran Strand and used with permission

Quickly Create a Little Planet Photo From Any Google Street View Location

Street View Stereographic is a fun little web app that creates a “little planet” (i.e. stereographic projection) using the photos from any Google Street View location you provide it.

Street View Stereographic [Github]

MIOPS: Smartphone Controllable High Speed Camera Trigger

MIOPS is a new smartphone-controlled camera trigger that combines all of the features photographers want in a high-speed camera trigger into one convenient device.

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