THETA examples and shooting techniques (1): Taking pictures of flowers using THETA
Nice to meet you! This is Kosachiko.
This is the first time I’ve participated as a blog member. Thank you everyone! (^_^)
I love taking pictures with THETA and always have THETA hidden away inside my bag (*´∨`*)
Today, I would like to introduce you to my favorite THETA photos and hope to tell you about my own shooting techniques!
First, this is part 1 and it’s titled “Taking pictures of flowers using THETA.”
This is my favorite flower series from among photos taken with THETA.
I call this series the “Bug’s eye” series showing photos from the perspective of insects because I like it when flowers and humans appear dynamically in photos. (*´∨`*)
You can shoot these types of photos!
The trick to shooting is to place THETA as close to the flowers as possible!
It is best to move THETA this close to the flowers and release the shutter remotely from a smartphone!
I think it is best to place THETA among the flowers like this and then release the shutter (*´∨`*)
Also, I recommend that you attach THETA to the end of a camera selfie stick and shoot the photo to prevent your fingers entering the shot!
I always take pictures like this. I look a bit weird, don’t you think… lol
Well everyone, I will be very happy if what I’ve shown you here will be of use to you when you buy “RICOH THETA SC Type HATSUNE MIKU”!
I will tell you about another shooting technique in a few days from now so stay tuned!