Tag:Black Forest Motion
Panorama images can be incredible images that help to immerse someone in the scene, but often these images consist of multiple images which are stitched to create one overall image. The bigger the panorama (often) the more images are required to be stitched in order to create the detailed scene. Whilst the advantages are clear, this identifies the disadantage of Panoramic images, the need to systematically capture lots of images in semi-precise ways to ensure that the images can later […]
A few days ago (I think around the 12th – 13th of April) there was a large coronal mass ejection (CME) on the sun which is the starting point for an Aurora (if everything pans out), with that in mind I decided to head out to Phillip Island (Pyramid Rock) to see if I could capture the Aurora. Sadly, although the measurements all looked great, it turned out to not really eventuate and was not able to overpower the strength […]
I have a passion for the interface between technology and photography, with that in mind I am often having a look at some of the new technologies that can be used to make taking photographs easier or to automate some of the process especially when there is some repetition (i.e. timelapses, 360 images or gigapixels). Years ago, I purchased the first generation of the Black Forest Motion’s Pine Controller which is a motion controller that connects to compatible stepper motors […]
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