By Dan on June 30, 2017 9:17 AM
I recently started doing 360 photography and video. The next natural step was to run it through my video light painting process to do 360 degree video light painting. What you see is the first step. I'm looking for the next level camera to take these to the next level. I'd love to try out the GoPro Fusion but it's not out yet. For now, check out a couple that I did with my Ricoh Theta S.
https://www.facebook.com/danchickphotography/videos/1565695420169201/ - Downtown Denver at Civic Center Park
https://www.facebook.com/danchickphotography/videos/1564916683580408/ - near the Denver Art Museum
https://www.facebook.com/danchickphotography/videos/1564355086969901/ - another near the Denver Art Museum
Stay tuned as this art expands! If you're looking to make something cool that wants to go viral HMU and we'll talk about that too!
By Dan on April 25, 2017 8:30 AM
Recently I had a chance to to Rome for the LPWA meetup. I had a great time meeting other light painters from around the world and I got to give a presentation called Available Light about using infrared and full-spectrum photography in light painting. I recorded the video on my infrared camera and Nancy recorded it on her phone as well. I put the two together and have shared the resulting video on Vimeo.
Just prior to the Rome trip I took inspiration from a discussion on the Camera Rotation group on Facebook and made a slight modification to the device that Juls Boo had posted. I put together a video for that one as well to show how to put it together and how it works.
Check them both out over on my tutorials page!