Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by nicklk, Oct 17, 2006.
Saw this in one of the post your desktop threads......pretty bad ass!
That is fucking cool, It kinda kicks my mind to think how it's done though
There are 12 sections, you have to take in consideration the duration of the day he is taking the picture.
So if it were during the summer solstice there is 15 hours, and winter solstice there are 9:20 hours, he most likely took it somewhere in August where there would be 12 hours of sunlight....taking each exposure with a fish eye lense and then sectioning each photo??
yeah, it's just weird, theres 2 sections where its the same, fuck i dunno
looks like terragen
Looks like terragen, but if the photographer was above the arctic circle I guess it's possible, however I see no snow.
Actually, now that I look at the clouds.... it's fake. The clouds are in the same positions at different times during the day.
I'd rather fuck a dude than look at landscape photography. But I'm weird so don't worry.
I'd rather fuck a dude that take pics of azn girls too, but don't worry I'm weird.
(and they would even be my own pictures)
fake or not, I now have to try and do something of that nature.
shouldnt be that hard to do..
go to a tall house where you can see the sunset perfectly..preferably in the second floor. put the camera on a tripod. Invite a bunch of friends for a day at the (beach) house, take pictures every 30 minutes ..then segment the pictures as you prefer.
Easier said then done, exactly like the hi-res timelapse's, everyone thought they were uber easy....lil more difficult then the cover says
I was thinking last night about this pic too.........sun rises in the east, goes down in the west.....how did this guy get a picture of the sun going up AND down???
probably computer generated.
Still I believe its not really that hard.just requires patience
Going to take some creativity.
have an idea but it has to wait until August/September...
It looks like high noon at each month of the year starting in April. Somewhere far to the north, but not too far, where the sun is still visible on December 21st,
another vote for terragen
Hey, you're right. I can't believe nobody read your post.
Your AV reminds me of a landscape.
Hey guys, just a point I would like to make... some of the posts point out that you can shoot this over the course of a day or a week or something like that. Unless the sun comes down at a sharp angle (which I doubt), this is shot over the course of the solstice.
In winter, the sun would be more south-west setting and as you move to summer, the sun is farther north-west setting
I would guess this was shot down south somewhere, or on some coast.
I would love to shoot something like this in Canada from winter to summer and watch the transition from snow to green grass!! I need a nice west panarama view somewhere.