The results of a commissioned shoot from a few weeks ago – a 90′ x 24′ translight backdrop, printed in the UK and now hanging in the London studios where Season 2 of the show Episodes is being shot.
Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles
You can now view my virtual reality panoramas on your iphone, complete with motion sensitive panning etc.
Go to the iTunes app store and install the free app PangeaVR (it’s in the photography category). Run it and select Browse, scroll down to Matthew Field Photography. Eh voila.
I have about 10 up in that format so far, I am converting and adding more VR movies to their format as I go so more will appear in time.
(note – if it isn’t appearing in the browse list yet then instead chose URL and point it to http://www.photography.mattfield.com/pangeavr/portfolio.xml)
Found a good Flash based viewer in the shape of Zoomify that allows me to host large panoramas on my site without people stealing them unlike on flickr.So am adding them a few a day to my new panorama page
for those who can’t/won’t use Quicktime, I am in the process of adding Flash versions of my panoramas to my site
I now have fullscreen versions of some of my QTVRs up. Adding them all when I get the chance.
Example 2 – St Paul’s Cathedral London, below the dome
loving the universal version of Stitcher Unlimited 5.6 I am alpha testing. Much better on my Macbook than running 5.5 under Rosetta
This was yesterday, a pano of downtown LA with the San Gabriel mountains behind
7 images, ISO 100, 1/100s, f7.1, handheld 20D and 300 F4L IS, Bibblepro -> TIFF -> SU 5.6 -> PS CS3
Original is 18000 pixels wide (click on it to take you to flickr with bigger sizes, although I don’t license full size originals under CC on Flickr so I can still sell prints so the largest size on there is 4700×600)