Fotógrafo captura belíssimos panoramas de 50 megapixels com um iPhone 7 acoplado a avião

Não é todo fotógrafo que tem a oportunidade de acoplar câmeras à barriga de um Learjet e sair por aí capturando imagens belíssimas, mas Vincent Laforet parece ter aproveitado bem essa oportunidade.

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Ele sobrevoou várias paisagens diferentes a 20.000 pés (~6km) de altitude, conta Jason Kottke, e capturou panoramas de 50 megapixels usando um iPhone 7. Cada um levou 2-7 minutos para ser montado, voando a cerca de 200 nós (~400km/h).

Laforet está postando alguns desses panoramas em seu Instagram:

SWIPE LEFT To See Full Panoramic -> Day 1 of 7 Lower Hackberry Narrows, Page, AZ – For 7 consecutive days I will be posting a series of 50+ Megapixel Panoramic Photographs shot on an @apple iPhone 7, from the belly of a LearJet from 20,000 feet above the earth. We set the standard Camera App to “Pano” Mode and flew for 2-7 minutes at 220+ Knots on a perfectly straight line and we witnessed the iPhone effectively paint the landscape like a roller brush. It produced a stunningly high quality image that I’d never before seen before from any smartphone! This project was commissioned by Apple to push the boundaries of what an iPhone can produce and to capture the beauty of our world from above. This project is a follow up to my photography book “AIR” of cities around the world at night that I photographed from a helicopter at very high altitudes. The next logical step was to go higher … in this case twice as high in a jet! Enjoy and please feel free to share!

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Day 2 of 7 Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah For 7 consecutive days I will be posting a series of 50+ Megapixel Panoramic Photographs shot on an @apple iPhone 7, from the belly of a LearJet from 20,000 feet above the earth. We set the standard Camera App to “Pano” Mode and flew for 2-7 minutes at 220+ Knots on a perfectly straight line and we witnessed the iPhone effectively paint the landscape like a roller brush. It produced a stunningly high quality image that I’d never before seen before from any smartphone! This project was commissioned by Apple to push the boundaries of what an iPhone can produce and to capture the beauty of our world from above. This project is a follow up to my photography book “AIR” of cities around the world at night that I photographed from a helicopter at very high altitudes. The next logical step was to go higher … in this case twice as high in a jet! Enjoy and please feel free to share!

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SWIPE LEFT To See Full Panoramic -> (PINCH TO ZOOM IN). Day 3 of 7 Solar Panels, Ivanpah, CA For 7 consecutive days I will be posting a series of 50+ Megapixel Panoramic Photographs shot on an @apple iPhone 7, from the belly of a LearJet from 20,000 feet above the earth. We set the standard Camera App to “Pano” Mode and flew for 2-7 minutes at 220+ Knots on a perfectly straight line and we witnessed the iPhone effectively paint the landscape like a roller brush. It produced a stunningly high quality image that I’d never before seen before from any smartphone! This project was commissioned by Apple to push the boundaries of what an iPhone can produce and to capture the beauty of our world from above. This project is a follow up to my photography book “AIR” of cities around the world at night that I photographed from a helicopter at very high altitudes. The next logical step was to go higher … in this case twice as high in a jet! Enjoy and please feel free to share!

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SWIPE LEFT To See Full Panoramic -> (PINCH TO ZOOM) Day 4 of 7 King’s Canyon National Park, Ca For 7 consecutive days I will be posting a series of 50+ Megapixel Panoramic Photographs shot on an @apple iPhone 7, from the belly of a LearJet from 20,000 feet above the earth. We set the standard Camera App to “Pano” Mode and flew for 2-7 minutes at 220+ Knots on a perfectly straight line and we witnessed the iPhone effectively paint the landscape like a roller brush. It produced a stunningly high quality image that I’d never before seen before from any smartphone! This project was commissioned by Apple to push the boundaries of what an iPhone can produce and to capture the beauty of our world from above. This project is a follow up to my photography book “AIR” of cities around the world at night that I photographed from a helicopter at very high altitudes. The next logical step was to go higher … in this case twice as high in a jet! Enjoy and please feel free to share!

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O iPhone certamente fez bonito, mas nada como uma câmera RED que pode filmar a 8K, né?

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No vídeo abaixo, Laforet mostra que é mais do que apto a oferecer novos screensavers para a Apple TV:

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Demais! 😃

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