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Vincent Brady
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Photographer - Traveller - Space Cadet - Macro Lover
Photographer - Traveller - Space Cadet - Macro Lover

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Reworked version of Planetary Panoramas!

Now in 4k with some cool effects. Warping from different projections and some new footage as well.

360 degree Night Sky Time-Lapse

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Sample video of Planetary 360. Click and drag, watch with Google Cardboard, or tilt your screen. Full video coming soon which will have 12 scenes featuring the Milky Way, startrails, auroras, fireflies, and iconic landscapes.

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'Planetary Panoramas' is nearing 1 million views, thank you everybody!

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Honored to have one of my aurora panoramas selected as the Astronomy Picture of the Day!
Auroras and Star Trails over Iceland
Image Credit & Copyright: Vincent Brady
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150518.html

It was one of the quietest nights of aurora in weeks. Even so, in northern- Iceland during last November, faint auroras lit up the sky every clear night. The featured 360-degree panorama is the digital fusion of four wide-angle cameras each simultaneously taking 101 shots over 42 minutes. In the foreground is serene Lake Myvatn dotted with picturesque rock formations left over from ancient lava flows. Low green auroras sweep across the sky above showing impressive complexity near the horizon. Stars far in the distance appear to show unusual trails -- as the Earth turned -- because early exposures were artificially faded.
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New time-lapse shot with my multiple camera, 360 degree camera rig. The aurora borealis of Iceland is the subject matter!

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360 degree panorama with Hvítserkur, the dinosaur walking in the Icelandic bay. The white stuff on the basalt monument is actually bird droppings as lots of seabirds perch up here. I setup my camera rig during the low tide and did a 360 time-lapse of the gentle tide coming in. I'm glad it stayed gentle! I then had to run into the cold water Baywatch style and grab my cameras. Was pretty happy with the results.

Full 360 aurora time-lapse coming soon!

Calendars available here: http://www.vincentbrady.com/2015calendars
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