• Ongoing 360° On-Bike Photography

    28 days ago - By Tim's Motorcycle Diaries

    With some second generation parts I've got the on-bike portrait down to a fine art. The Lammcou durable flexible tripod is a solid, dependable thing compared to the cheap and terrible flexible tripod I used before that I had to keep gluing back together. The light, inexpensive and easy to use Ricoh Theta is still my favourite go to camera. I'd like to try the higher resolution ThetaV but they aren't cheap.
    Here are the latest round of photos and video from the ThetaSC. On the afternoon of the longest day of the year my wife and I went for a romantic ride over to where we got married almost...
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  • The Evolution Of On-Bike 360° Photography

    The Evolution Of On-Bike 360° Photography

    28 days ago - By Tim's Motorcycle Diaries

    The evolution of on-bike photography from hand held push button shutter to mounted, hands-free and distraction-free autofiring shutter. The photos now show a rider riding instead of a rider being distracted. The 360° on motorcycle photographic experiment continues. At this point I think I've got it down to a science. What was once an awkward hand held process has evolved into a consistently effective, hands-free automatic process that I could easily set up on just about any bike and get shots with no action needed from the rider.
    Initially I just popped the 360 camera into my pocket and...
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