So today in class I learned that our phones can do panoramic shots which is basically a wide surrounding shot its interesting because I never knew our phones were able to do shots like this. Now I feel like making a whole album of panoramic shots.
With the help of my lovely classmates we met some very funny and interesting one.
The evolution of friendships
The pyramid (my poor back :'( )
Getting to know people isn’t so hard. You have to introduced yourself say hello and find things in common. When you find things in common it makes conversation easier and then you can call them friends. Unfortunately, sometimes you don’t like the opinions of your “friends” and have to nonviolently enforce those opinions through force.
Professional Team Noobs
I never thought about using the panorama setting on my phone to multiply the subjects in a picture. Its pretty cool when you think about it. Even if its just two people where one records and one is the subject you can have multiple different scenes play out. Its flaw is that there has to be a lot of space to not get caught in the act of sneaking into the next frame. I think with even more space you can play out a whole skit or just make some really cool images. Overall, my experience in class was pretty fun, hardest thing to do is to stay still and stop laughing.
So i just found out our phones have something called Panorama thanks to our professor. So he decided we do a project and create funny ideas to use Panorama. Here is one of them
Our second was one a little interesting….we…really did not want to do it but we did it anyway. Yea…enjoy our master piece..
Don’t judge us…We worked hard for it to work.
Today’s class I learned a awesome trick on my phone that brings my panoramic feature on my phone to further heights. In the picture above is all one pic but my classmate and I are in the same photo twice! How could that be?? well the trick is simple, your subjects or objects will start on the left side of the photo then when the phone is moved to the middle the subjects would move behind the photographer to the right side and then the photographer will move or slide the phone to the right then BOOM magic happens!