When I saw the first episode of Tales by Light's Season 1 on Netflix, I was captivated by how Darren Jew showcased his process of taking pictures as he captured mating humpback whales in Tonga, a 70-year-old biplane wreck and an active New Guinea volcano.
One scene that stuck with me was where Darren sends out a drone to capture the volcano with a fisheye lens attached to his camera.
'Darren's unique fish eye photograph of the Tavurvur Volcano' was magical to me.
The below photograph showcases how a fish eye photograph looks.
Sample photograph of Fisheye lens
After a long wait, I also took a similar photograph. I do not have a fish eye lens, but I could capture a 360° picture with the help of my drone. Viewing 360° photographs felt magical! I have included the image below so that you can also experience it.
View the 360° photograph
I captured this image with the help of DJI Mini 3 Pro, and I plan to take many more such photographs!
I also created a video explaining the way a 360° photograph looks. If the above image is not loading correctly, please look at it in the video below! :)
Explanation of 360° photograph
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