I‘m exploring better ways to show panoramic photography on social media. These photos are intended to be printed in large sizes. I recommend at least 3 meter (10 feet) on the long side, but bigger is usually better.
Macro vs Micro has always been something that’s important in my works. I like to see the overall picture, but I also like to show that you can find small interesting details when you look closely. This macro-micro thing that I do is not only present in my photography, I do it in my design and visualization works also.
I know that I can show you as a video — which some of you did suggest. But I also know that not many people would want to spend time watching a long video. So here’s the first experiment, where I use some techniques in Ken Burns, combined with visualization, to show the full scene as well as details as a 10-slide set.
I hope you like it. Let me know what you think.
Danco is a one-mile (1.6km) long island lies in the southern part of the Errera Channel, off the western coast of Graham Land. Danco Island was first chartered by Gerlache and is named for the geophysicist who died during the Belgica expedition of 1897-99. Gentoo penguins are confirmed breeders and there is a minimum breeding population of approximately 1700 pairs. Snow algae may bloom. Snowy sheathbills, kelp gulls, blue-eyed shags also may be seen, but breeding is not confirmed.
Ship. Ushuaia. Not our ship, but included in photo for scale. Originally made for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), the Ushuaia is a class 1C polar vessel, constructed with expedition in mind. Length overall (LOA) = 84.82 meters, Width =15.7 meters.