I’ve been striving to master timelapse and have a long way to go!
But here is a timelapse (for study purposes: what happens when…) shot from my office window. When time is sped up, you can see patterns in the wind on the bay. And when everyone got off work they went out on their boats! The little sail boats… Continue reading
Yesterday I went out to shoot some more pole panoramas using a different lens (my favorite panorama lens, Canon’sEF 8-15mm fisheye) which requires a completely different mounting system (read: different hardware than what I used day before yesterday and the different settings that accompany that lens and mount).
These are my first two experiments with a different way of making 360º panos with the camera lens way up high on a tall pole.
With the wind (extreme wind yesterday when I shot these), this becomes a huge challenge! Precision is the name of the game with panos, and a wobbly tall pole makes shooting anything but precise. … Continue reading
After hours have been spent over numerous attempts to get the plugin slickr flickr to work properly, I finally nailed it!
Lest I forget, here is the required code (the entirety of which must be enclosed in square brackets which is not done here or the plugin would try to execute the code which is missing my api_key and full … Continue reading
I was playing around with a new plugin or two and they somehow corrupted my .htaccessfile. Figuring out how to fix it was much more difficult than usual. Since this has happened 3 times over the past year, here is a reminder to myself from Jeff B. (Thanks, … Continue reading
I put together this widget, and this post is just a test to see how well it works. It’s really just a proof of concept. Theoretically, this widget can be imbedded in a book created with iBooks Author, and that’s the next step in the testing process.