Virtual Reality Photography
Scott Highton is one of the most experienced QuickTime VR (QTVR) and
iPIX (PhotoBubble) photographers in the country, and was the first to use
both technologies underwater. He was the first independent photographer
contracted by Apple Computer to work with and test QuickTime VR, as well
as an early photographic consultant and contract photographer during development
of the iPIX technology.
He offers multimedia clients two decades of experience in television
and documentary film production, corporate photography and photojournalism.
He specializes in high-technology and aviation subjects, as well as difficult,
remote location photography including underwater, aerial and extreme environments.
Featuring an ultra-wide 360-degree
panorama of world class rock climbers Jared Ogden and Mark Synnott high
on the face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, as they practice
for their forthcoming expedition to Pakistan. (Photographed on assignment
for Quokka Sports.)
Also featured is one of the world's largest man-made QTVR object movies
-- San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. Sample further selections
of leading edge QuickTime VR panoramas and object movies, photographed with
a variety of creative techniques... underwater, moving objects, extreme
environments, macro photography and creative lighting, showcasing the very
best QuickTime VR location photography.
QuickTime VR cubic gallery
iPIXes (PhotoBubbles) allow the user the amazing ability to view a scene
with unlimited perspective. Not only can you pan 360 degrees around the
horizontal axis, as with QuickTime VR, but you can also look straight up,
straight down and anywhere between throughout the panorama.
U.S. Russia Friendship Flight 1995
Practical Flying in Russia
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