Keyframe-based camera paths
Gaia Sky gets keyframe-based camera paths
During the last months I have been working on a QOL improvement for Gaia Sky video production. Currently, Gaia Sky offers a couple of ways to persist and reproduce camera behaviours: scripting and camera paths. Scripting offers a high level API which allows for the interaction and manipulation of the internal state. Conceptually, a running script is no different from a regular user. A script runs in its own thread and, like a user, interacts with Gaia Sky’s core through the event manager, a message-passing entity which encapsulates the core functionality.
Photos of Nepal
Some photos of Nepal
Today I’d like to drop some photos of my recent holidays to Nepal here. All of these were taken using a Canon 40D with the Canon 28-105 USM II f3.5-4.5. I decided to leave my other two lenses home (the wide angle lens Sigma 10-20 1:4-5.6 EX DC HSM and the standard Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 Mk II) because of the philosophy of the travel. We were mostly a backpacker group and we’d be moving around quite a lot, trekking the Himalayas and going to the jungle, so I figured the extra weight wasn’t worth it.