Category: Flash

You cannot Define the Truth Instrumentally

You cannot Define the Truth Instrumentally

About two weeks ago I was surfing the net and I stumbled on this image on a Helsinki Times page. “Nice HDR-work” was my initial reaction (took me c. two seconds) and then, WTF? Byline with photo­grapher and STT/Lehtikuva/Reuters… What was this? I got interested, googled this particular photo­grapher just to see if this was his style in …

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Vancouver Olympics, day 11: Panoramic Images

Vancouver Olympics, day 11: Panoramic Images

For the first week it was pissing rain and you could not shoot anything with an extreme wideangle, as you would have only gotten fog and water on the lens. But it has gotten better. I have had couple of friends already asking for these so here we go. I had a free morning and I decided to shoot …

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Levi Alpine WC — Living Multimedia

Levi Alpine WC — Living Multimedia

(UPDATED) Almost two in the morning… Just uploaded the first version of the multi­media project I am doing here in the Levi Slalom World Cup. Presently it has three panoramas 360°x180° and each one has a dedicated narration by Tanja Poutiainen describing different sections of the course. It is displayed on MTV3 website and presently the captions are …

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Sölden — lessons learned

Sölden — lessons learned

Sunny days in Sölden are history and it is back to business as usual. Flying home tomorrow. Skied in good company as you can see in the image on the right. ;-) As I said somewhere (FB): “The fact that I was the last one over the finishing line beats me…” Image Managed to get one or …

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Multimedia: Working on a New Interface

Multimedia: Working on a New Interface

Been busy lately working with a new interface format. Meaning: lots of sleepless nights. I’ve been trying to minimize the role of HTML-code and move the emphasis — as much as possible — to flash. And as anyone familiar with flash knows, it is a rather complicated program. Nothing new in this per se, but with a couple of …

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