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Episode 37: Backups and 360-degree Cameras

Episode 37: Backups and 360-degree Cameras

We're tackling two topics in this episode. First up, all-important backups! We emphasize backups all the time, but what does a good backup system look like? Then, after the break, we turn a never-ending corner and look at 360-degree photography, an interesting and creative niche.

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Red house in the snow  Camera: iPhone XS Shutter speed: 1/750 sec Aperture: f/1.8 ISO: 25 Photo: Jeff Carlson

Red house in the snow

Camera: iPhone XS
Shutter speed: 1/750 sec
Aperture: f/1.8
ISO: 25
Photo: Jeff Carlson

Looking over the snowy neighborhood  Camera: DJI Mavic Pro Shutter speed: 1/320 sec Aperture: f/2.2 ISO: 100 Photo: Jeff Carlson

Looking over the snowy neighborhood

Camera: DJI Mavic Pro
Shutter speed: 1/320 sec
Aperture: f/2.2
ISO: 100
Photo: Jeff Carlson

360-degree video captured using the Samsung Gear 360

A flat 360-degree image, without the software that wraps it into a sphere.  Camera: Ricoh Theta S Shutter speed: 1/15 sec Aperture: f/2.0 ISO: 800 Photo: Jeff Carlson

A flat 360-degree image, without the software that wraps it into a sphere.

Camera: Ricoh Theta S
Shutter speed: 1/15 sec
Aperture: f/2.0
ISO: 800
Photo: Jeff Carlson

“Tiny Planet” effect of a 360-degree photo  Camera: Ricoh Theta S Shutter speed: 1/5000 sec Aperture: f/2.0 ISO: 100 Photo: Jeff Carlson

“Tiny Planet” effect of a 360-degree photo

Camera: Ricoh Theta S
Shutter speed: 1/5000 sec
Aperture: f/2.0
ISO: 100
Photo: Jeff Carlson

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