aLIVE Blog #2: Holy Ship Planet - January 2016
When shooting these panoramic-planet type images there are a few factors that come into play. Mainly the sky needs to be partly cloudy, with preferably small puffy clouds, along with some blue sky mixed in. Then being dead on with the stage and at a close proximity is also important. And lastly, making sure the people nearest to the photographer have as few gaps as possible, is also crucial, since that will be the area that makes up the majority of the planet.
This one happened to turn out just right with all 3 of those important factors coming together to create a truly captivating image. Perfecting these types of shots takes practice and trial and error is really the best approach. This was during a Flosstradamus b2b Dillon Francis set on Holy Ship week 1 of 2016. -Wally
Little planet360holy shiphard