Interesting to see the sunlight reflections from the mountain whitecaps reflecting back up through the atmosphere in all different directions. I'm not sure if that can be seen from an earthbound perspective.
They claim a "focal length of 50mm", but doesn't a pinhole have a much wider field of view that what you would get from 50mm optic? The sample images aren't remotely inspiring either. I've seen better focused images made with, well, a pinhole!
Blackmagic always makes such a great splash with their Resolve announcements. Every single time I've tried them out, the program either crashes or does something weird like not see my video clips. Every other program on my system has no problem running or seeing clips. I wish this program a actually worked, it looks so great.
Right? Pretty lame. You can however probably pull off something similar making multiple shoots of the subject to fill the closer, more definable areas in the foreground, and then fill the background with digital doubles. There's a great free open source plugin for the free open source modeler Blender 3D called MAKEHUMAN that allows you to make fully rigged digital doubles and other humanoid and creatures (aliens, monsters, etc) on the fly that would be pretty handy on a project like this. Watch this video and see as some kid(!) gives you a quick overview on how it's done:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VMOny9VWxs
How much Xanax did they give to that model?...