The 360 Project (with 48 Nikon D700 cameras)

Similar to 360 degrees “surround picture” at the  MTV Awards two years ago, here is another project with 48 Nikon D700 cameras arranged in a circle to create “The Matrix” style images.

Here are the actual 360° photographs:

and the behind the scene video:

The 360 Project – Behind the Scenes from Ryan Enn Hughes on Vimeo.

“The 360 Project” is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.

There are two components to “The 360 Project” – “Ballet 360” features ballerinas from Canada’s National Ballet School, “Krump 360” features dancers from Northbuck Krump. The two styles of dance represent polemic perspectives in both technique and origin – one is beauty, the other beast.

The resulting images resemble a type of digital statue – a frozen, peak moment, embodying the essence of each dance form in 360 degrees.

Behind the scenes crew:
Director – Ryan Enn Hughes
Cinematographer – Barry Cheong
Location Sound – Barry Cheong
Timelapse Camera – Arash Moallemi
Set Photographer – Melissa Tait
Editor – Ryan Enn Hughes
Sound Mixing – Zelig Sound
Additional footage provided by Melissa Tait, Matthew Wilcock, and Ryan Enn Hughes.
All content © Ryan Enn Hughes 2011.

Via Nikon Canada

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