360/24 Haytor Progress

Tue, 22 Sep, 2009

If you were at the PanoTools Meeting in Romania in August, you will have seen my talk about a recent project - a 24 hour timelapse sequence shot on Haytor Rocks, Dartmoor. The project was inspired by a public cylindrical projection space that the University of Plymouth are organising in 2010, and will take the form of a narrative with the images being layered up in different positions over a period of about five minutes.

Shooting took place on the Summer Solstice 2009 and as you can imagine it involved a few complications - in fact, it was the third attempt - the first (during the full moon) halted due to camera damage and the second was a washout.

More to come on the failed attempts later, but for now, here are the images and text from the final run.

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Ian

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