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Creating a legacy piece for one of our great living teachers.
Telling a story in 360° about dancers who work on ropes above the ground.
Solving one of my toughest problems… how to push the highest-quality content out to my customers painlessly.
1850s camera tech meets next-gen camera tech... in the forest.
What I learned while making an immersive video on the range.
Learn how a hydrogen fuel cell laboratory is working to discover new energy creation methods.
Interview with Z CAM CEO Kinson Loo shot on the V1.
Meeting another milestone in 360 storytelling.
This was a big project, lots of lessons learned.
Flying 360 on a budget without compromising stability.
Pleading for at least some minimal support for 360° audio in FCPX.
An emotional exploration of a day of protest.
6-minute timelapse traveling across SF Bay at sunset.
Paying attention to "rhyming events" ... staying open to serendipity.
Being on the bleeding edge sometimes means that you have to DIY.
Why you'd want to use an HTC Vive and how to install it on a Mac.
My second test... theater in the round... IN REVERSE.
My first 360 test project, and what I learned from shooting at a music club.
How to move the camera and why.
All about resolution and how it affects the user experience.
Here's one of the big constraints with most 360 cameras.
What should you look for when searching to buy a cardboard viewer? What is a cardboard viewer in the first place?
Audio is easily equal to video (if not more so) and spatial audio is critical to 360 filmmaking. In this post we'll explore how to get there.
What I feel are the most important ways 360 filmmaking is different than traditional filmmaking.
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From 360 Labs: An absolutely inspiring use of 360 filmmaking to document and effect positive change in the world.
Two examples of best-in-class 360 stereoscopic stories.
A wonderfully sensitive portrait of Gordon Hampton, an acoustic geologist.
Another incredible Chris Milk production from 2016... a seminal 360 video experience.
Chris Milk and Gabo Arora create empathy with 360° filmmaking for the United Nations.
A fascinating interview with Colin Nightingale on the Voices of VR podcast.
To the pioneers of 360° journalism. THANK YOU.
My original 360 filmmaking inspiration, this is the story of Decontee Davis, an Ebola survivor who uses her immunity to care for orphaned children in her Liberian village
Case study with good information and tips for creating clean 360 industrials.
The distribution platform of Here be Dragons.
Tremendously powerful film produced by National Geographic about how elephants are being killed for their ivory, and the brave people who try to protect them.
Overcoming tremendous challenges, seen through the eyes of a young woman in Sierra Leone, Africa.
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