Deerhurst Resort to Algonquin Park and back again, chased by the rain.
Algonquin Park in the rain at the height of autumn colours. The Theta 360 camera held up but I eventually pocketed it when the deluge become too heavy. The camera is mounted on a ball mount on the handlebars and set to fire automatically every 10 seconds. Photos captured in the Theta camera app and then modified/enhanced in Photoshop.
|This is the raw photo out of the camera. The fixed lense doesn’t collect a lot of light, so on a dim, rainy day like this the image is quite muddy. I brought up the shadows in Photoshop and the result (with a bit of cropping) is the same photo above.|
If you’re curious about how to put together on-bike photos, check this how-to out. It’s also available on Adventure Bike Rider Magazine’s site here. You can pick up a simple 360 camera for a couple of hundred bucks. Fully waterproof ones (which I obviously need) start a bit higher.
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