Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Chris Anson. Check out his work right here. Here’s the challenge: Your drone can be flying along and all of a sudden
Levi and Pepper talk about the upcoming full eclipse of the sun and some ideas to make the opportunity unique to you. We also take a minute to think about
Camera technology is constantly changing and it’s about to the point where we’re wondering. . . What do we want next? We have ultra-high megapixel digital cameras like the Canon
The Problem Solving Show | Photofocus Podcast January 11th, 2017 by Photofocus BEST OF SHOW! This is a replay from July 11, 2016. New episode next month. In this episode
A panoramic photographer doesn’t view the world in the same way as other photographers and planning a shot in all 360 glorious degrees changes nearly everything. I’ve been passionate about
Facebook has strongly embraced virtual reality in recent times and has made another move to advance the immersive visual content. By integrating interactive 360º images to the already supported 360º video,
Problem Solving | Photofocus Podcast | May 10th, 2016 Problem Solving | Photofocus Podcast | May 10th, 2016 by Photofocus A brand new podcast featuring Pepper and Scott Bourne. This
It is that time of year again. NAB is just around the corner. My inbox and social media have already been flooded with official announcements and “unofficial” leaks. What am I excited to see on the show floor? There is a lot to cover, so let’s dive in.
GoPro created the action camera segment. Many others followed but, with the exception of Sony, all have met with limited success. With today’s announcement at CES, Nikon enters the fray and brings something entirely new to the table … 360 degree video.
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As many explore panoramic photography, they off stop short (at least of making a full 360? arc). The truth is that its gotten much easier to make a fully actualized