I shot a whole bunch of photospheres around Falkland Palace earlier this month & am just getting around to working through them. Along with a dozen or so photospheres I took at Gladstone’s Land the following week, there’s a fair backlog for me to work through.
I had the idea earlier today to record the process, but unfortunately the actual photosphere was the less interesting of the two that I did today. Oh well, still fun to watch at 1600% speed!
My DSCVR arrived from I AM Cardboard in HK the other day. It’s a plastic Cardboard viewer, but unlike other plastic viewers (Homido, Freefly, ColorCross, etc.) the DSCVR is actually a ‘certified’ Cardboard viewer because it sticks to Google’s design guidelines well enough.
I’ve been meaning to put a decent roll through the Klasse S to test it out, but so far all I’ve managed to use it for are party snapsh!ts with flash. At least I know the flash works?
Starting with possibly the only non-flash non-drunk non-dark shot, the usual Tri-X @ 1600. Hopefully this indicates that the camera can actually take nice shots when it’s not being abused in the dark or with drunk hands…