30 July

Fuji GFX 50S workshop

Posted in People, Studio, Technology
Fuji GFX 50S workshop

Fuji Australia workshop, checking out the GFX 50S medium format camera in studio.

15 January

Big World Homes Tiny House

Posted in 360, Interior, Technology
Big World Homes Tiny House

The Big World Homes flat-pack prototype tiny house, in Leichhardt is a structural design prototype for a DIY plat-pack tiny house to put together yourself with a minimum of tools (just 3), like IKEA furniture. The interior design is still being finalised, based on the feedback of the project’s backers. A 360° view: Give it […]

2 April

The Blue Trees VR

Posted in 360, Events, Technology
The Blue Trees VR

Revisited Konstantin Dimopoulos’ The Blue Trees environmental art installation for Art&About at Pirrama Park in Pyrmont, Sydney, taking some 360° images, and hosted here using Google’s VR View. Google VR View transforms 360° or VR images (and videos) into interactive experiences. It makes it effortless to integrate your own panorama images, including stereo images for […]

23 August

Round Me panoramic photography service

Posted in 360, Technology

As Google discontinues Maps Views this week, without having a replacement ready (though they promise all functionality will return through Google Photo and Google Maps), I like to point out a new kid in town, called Round Me. Round Me has a great web app to manage your photo spheres (which works beter than what […]

31 May

Vivid Sydney Atmosphere

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Vivid Sydney Atmosphere

Soaking up the Vivid Sydney atmosphere with immersive, 360° panorama photospheres, from Milsons Point to Circular Quay to Martin Place. And while you’re at it, have a look at this photo set of Vivid Sydney 2014 too!    

18 April

Autumn

Autumn

Walk around Lindfield’s Two Creeks Track, snapping the undergrowth. Explore Mount Wilson’s Autumn colours: Explore the Botanical Gardens of Mount Tomah’s Autumn colours: Explore Wynnes Rocks Lookout in Mount Wilson, Blue Mountains:

27 March

BitRocket ATM at Black Star Pastry

Posted in Interior, Technology
BitRocket ATM at Black Star Pastry

Product shoot of a Bitcoin ATM at Black Star Pastry

28 December

Most photographed places

Posted in Technology

It’s that time of year to compile lists of “Best Xs of 2013”, “Most Ys of the year”,… and Google has compiled the Most Photographed Places of 2013 (based on Google’s own Panoramio service) and created a “heat map” on Google Maps (nothing to do with temperatures), available on http://www.sightsmap.com. I don’t use Panoramio myself, […]

12 December

Creating photo spheres

Posted in Technology

Photo spheres (those 360 degree pan-around images) are hardly new. They have been around for a while, especially on real estate sites, and on Google Street View. Smartphones have had ways to create photo spheres too, either in their native camera app like on Android or through a number of iOS apps on iPhone, but […]