You’ve seen them before, those really cool images dubbed “tiny planets,” where your immediate surroundings are wrapped around a sphere into an impossibly small “planet” hovering in the sky! Typically produced by 360˚ cameras, they now can be generated by drones—specifically, the DJI Spark. I had an absolute blast this week flying the drone live on YouTube (while the audience was seeing what the Spark saw!), capturing the 46 photos needed to make the equirectangular image that then warps into a tiny planet!
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Check out my live Photo Moment from last week, where we flew the drone live on my YouTube channel.
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In other news, I’ll be at B&H in New York on December 7th, talking about live streaming.
And I’ll be at Roberts Camera in Indianapolis on December 9th talking about my photography.
I’m also planning meet-ups in each city. Head to PhotoJoseph.com/NYC and PhotoJoseph.com/IND to sign up.
And, if you travel for business and like the idea of a free pair of BOSE headphones, watch this video:
Check out Digital Photo Pro’s recent review of the DJI Inspire 2 drone, with sample video.