St Thomas Shipwreck Virtual Tour

Discussion in 'Destination360 Copyright and DMCA settlements' started by d360, Sep 11, 2006.

  1. d360

    d360 Administrator

    Hi All,

    I wanted to share with you more underwater Virtual Tours since we just launched our
    Caribbean Travel Guide. Here's a dive in St. Thomas in a ship wreck its about 90-100 ft underwater.
     
  2. ryder

    ryder New Member

    Those are pretty awesome. How do you shoot underwater 360s? I can imagine how you shoot normal ones, but it seems being underwater would make things much more difficult.
     
  3. ryder

    ryder New Member

    There's also this one I'd seen before and went back and found from Hawaii. How do you shoot a 360 from a helicopter?!
     
  4. d360

    d360 Administrator

    Hey Ryder,

    Yes a bit more difficult not to scare the sealife. A few things that you don't do on land is float above camera, not bump it, carry and extra 30-40 lbs of weight. Don't forget to check your regulator "air is important".

    The work in Kauai was shot from a helicopter with side door taken off. All you do is buckle in and lean out the side. Have the helicopter spin 360... and do some fancy computer work.

    WARNING: I don't recommend this to anyone! your taking your life at risk and don't blame me if you take a high dive. My helicopter pilot was a ace!!
     
  5. sharrychrist

    sharrychrist New Member

    Hi, this post is very informative; however I would like some specific information. If someone can help me then please send me a private message. Best Regards,
     
  6. surferFan

    surferFan New Member

    That was cool, Thanks for sharing this with the rest of us. Want to go there now......
     
  7. d360

    d360 Administrator

    What sort of specific infomration are you looking for?
     
  8. helloworldbea

    helloworldbea New Member

    That looks pretty neat! I guess we shouldn't try those at home. :)
     
  9. genesis

    genesis New Member

    perfect angles taken! good work.. the place really looks so fresh and peaceful! the water is perfect!
     
  10. patriciamd

    patriciamd New Member

    Wow. I'd love to check out the shipwreck some time. 90 - 100 ft underwater is pretty deep. I wonder how long an amateur diver, like me, could last?
     
  11. farangi

    farangi New Member

    Thanks for sharing your links
     

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