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JUMP LAMMA 360 - a project of static 360 videos taken at a number of locations "Jumping" or transporting you across Lamma Island, Hong Kong.

*CHECK YOUR VIEWER SETTINGS, YOU SHOULD PUT ON TO AS HIGH QUALITY AS YOUR INTERNET WILL SUPPORT!!!*

*SWIPE AROUND WITH YOUR FINGER/CURSOR/"LOOK AROUND" WITH YOUR PHONE OR VIEW IT IN A HEAD-MOUNTED-DISPLAY (GearVR, HTC Vive, Occulus Rift)*


Lamma Island is Hong Kong's third largest island. A quiet, peaceful island and lies only 35minute ferry journey from Central Hong Kong. There are just over 6,000 inhabitants on the island that create a free-spirited, multicultural vibe that is home to hipsters and creative types. With so few inhabitants it is easy to escape to seemingly remote locations to unwind and recharge before going back to the crazy hubbub in Hong Kong.
There are only a few motorised vehicles; diminutive fire trucks and ambulances, as well as distinctive open-back vehicles used to transport construction materials AKA "VV Trucks" or Village Vehicles. Keep an eye out, or they can catch you unaware! Everyone else gets around Lamma on foot or by bicycle, and the pace of life slows to accommodate that!
There are Indie boutiques, craft stores and mellow cafes that line Yung Shue Wan Main Street. The island’s hiking trails take in Traditional Tin Hau Temples, WWII-era Kamikaze Caves, and have sweeping coastal views. Locals and day-trippers unwind on one of several beaches, or head to Sok Kwu Wan fishing village and its casual seafood eateries. 

Shot list:
Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier - visitors arriving by ferry
Yung Shue Wan Harbour from the old pier - a view of Yung Shue Wan's waterfront
Powerstation Beach - a quiet midweek afternoon flying a drone on the beach (with no Crazy Dog Lady!!!)
Top of hill near Lamma Winds - Lamma Winds, with South Hong Kong Island coastline in the distance on one side, and Lamma Power Station and the South China Sea in the other
O Tsai fishermans harbour - watch the local fishing boats gently drift with the tide
Tin Hau Temple, Yung Shue Wan - Tin Hau, Goddess of the Sea, is revered by fishermen and anyone whose life and destiny is tied to the sea
Pagoda overlooking Sok Kwu Wan (Big Net Bay) - the fish farms and restaurants at Sok Kwu Wan
Lo So Shing Sitting-Out-Area - relax and watch the locals working  on their fish farms
Tin Hau Temple in Sok Kwu Wan - in this Tin Hau Temple in Sok Kwu Wan you'll find some old and interesting artifacts from the pre-Qing period
Shek Pai Wan - a tranquil (apart from the VV truck!) bay in the south of Lamma, with Yung Shue Ha village nestled in one corner
Tung O Tin Hau Temple - tucked in the opposite corner of Shek Pai Wan is Tung O Tin Hau Temple, very peaceful!

Soundtrack:
Cruisin' by MintySoda Beats

360 video was shot in 4K using a Samsung GEAR360 (2016) - stitched and stabilized in Kolor AutoVideoPro and AutoPanoGiga - edited in FinalCutPro X - and then spatial metadata was added using SpatialMediaMetadataInjector
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can we haunt or go fishing? i just love the big clean lake!( •̀∀•́ )
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Alex Bermudez1 mon ago
that's so different from the pictures😂😂 totally shocked
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Indeed! I have another project underway that should show the amazing contrast between the crazy busy metropolis of Hong Kong and the beautiful and almost deserted rural areas and country parks...watch this space!!!
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you should go to the center of the whole city,totally different.
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Everybody things Hong Kong is a massive city. In fact the landmass is 1/3 Country Park, 1/3 Rural, and only 1/3 Urban environment...am
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Blue 21422 mons ago
that's exciting(ง •̀_•́)งHongKong is really beautiful🎈🎈🎈paying a visit now
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