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Jeff Hungerford
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A couple of weeks ago, I was wandering the hills near Gilroy looking to see if the rain had caused any mass blooms of flowers. Not many flowers, but the grass was green, and the highest I had ever seen it in Pacheco State Park.

While distracted by how amazing everything looked, I took a wrong turn, and wandered down a small valley with a stream cascading over some rocks at the end.

I figured that was the perfect place to take a panorama, and also made "small planet" and "inverted small planet" versions of the panorama as well.
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4/9/17
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I was curious what the transition into an "inverted small planet" projection would look like as an animation, so I generated one.
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I really liked how the "inverted small planet" projections I did the other day turned out, so I decided to make a gallery to have them all in one place.
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I've been playing with "small planet" projections as a way to display a spherical image. In this case, I made a typo, and ran the inverse of the projection I had wanted.

I think it turned out pretty cool; like you are looking into a hole in the ground, with the sky and trees on the other side.

I took the pictures a couple of weeks ago, when hiking back by the Skeggs Point overlook. I was on top of a small rise, where there is a picnic table, and what would be an amazing view of the area, if not for the young trees lining the hill.
This isn't very far (as the crow flies) from the crash site of the Resolution, and I think it was the staging area for the rescue attempts.
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4/28/16
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Testing out how well cardboard camera uses parallax to calculate depth and reconstruct a 3d view.
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Canal Park, in Clinton Township, Michigan; on the banks of the Clinton River.

The water level is really low.  The sand bar I was shooting from is normally totally under water.  It was a nice sunny day, and things were still very green despite it being in the middle of October.
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A while ago I posted a picture of the fake payphones at SFO. I figured I should take a picture of them in their habitat.

The sculpture does a great job of pointing out the phones. Too bad they are all fake now.
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10/15/15
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A couple of weeks ago I went for another walk in Pacheco State Park.  Memory card corruption ate most of the panoramas I shot that day, but I managed to salvage this one.

This was from near the beginning of the Spike's Peak trail, shortly before the Pig Pond trail splits off.

It is a bit grainy, as the last time I used that camera was at night, so I had locked the ISO setting at a really high level, but I think it still turned out pretty well.
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Night three of the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival.

Robert Rich
Charles Cohen
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
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Night two of the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival.
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