What about hiding the camera(s) inside a box? You could "hide" the
protruding lenses by painting the outside of the box with a design that
incorporates the lenses, like a clown's face with the lens as the mouth.
Then, you could set it up on a stand and fire it remotely as people pass by.
Hiding in plain sight...
>From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
>Behalf Of Ken Warner
>Sent: Monday, November 30, 2009 5:28 PM
>Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] the garbage dude
>Beanie cam? Seriously, some of the small cams have enough
>resolution for journalistic purposes. And a little
>parallax error would also be tolerable.
>> Quoting crane@...:
>>> Quoting crane@...:
>>>> Quoting "Jeffrey Martin | 360Cities.net" <360cities@...>:
>>>>> I don't usually post panos here on this list
>>>>> but this one by Martin Bloomfield I found just incredible.
>>>>> oh and yes there's some CA in it. I hope it doesn't prevent any
>>>>> out there from enjoying the image for what it is :)
>>>> It is good to see some photojournalist type stuff in 360, personally I
>>>> always believed that is it's strength.
>>> further to that , I appreciate it is tricky to be anonymous though, no
>>> the leica under your jacket, so it is a little bit different to
>>> unawares, maybe someone could suggest apparatus for surreptitious 360
>>> photography ? an umbrella would make a huge nadir problem.
>> or maybe a bicycle crash helmet with camera attached camouflaged by a
>> frog puppet ??
>> what do people think ?