People have captured some chilling moments with their action cameras: from close encounters with a shark or a bear to molten lava engulfing a GoPro. A video shot by a lucky base jumper shows his survival as his parachute fails to open, and I’m sure you’ll get chills just from watching it.
Photobombing can end up with some hilarious photos and videos. However, if it ruins your once-in-a-lifetime shot, I don’t think you’d feel like laughing. This is precisely what happened to a camera guy from The Weather Channel while he was shooting Georgia Dome’s implosion yesterday. And it’s sad and hilarious at the same time.
While the sunsets look absolutely real, Bing tells us that he “took photos of sunsets and projected them in the studio. Mirrors reflect projection. The resulting image is a reflection of a reflection of a…“.
As for the mirrors themselves, if you believe in bad luck it is even worse than the initial appearance as “The mirrors were randomly broken- the mirrors are 11×14 inches. Broke a lot of and used only ones with good break patterns“, which means that more mirrors were broken than just the 16 mirrors that were actually shot.[Read More…]