Nikon D5100 and D3
Capture One Pro, Adobe Premiere
Motion Dolly by http://dynamicperception.com/
Para mis amigos de habla española:
En mi tercer video de fotografia de lapso de tiempo, me enfoque en fotografiar durante las noches. En la ultima semana de Junio, la Via Lactea empezo a aparecer en el hemisferio norte, despues de la puesta del sol y sin ninguna interferencia de la luna. Por ocho consecutivas y cansantes noches, en obscuridad casi total, vi y/o senti venados, conejos y coyotes pasando cerca y, una vez, vi un par de lucecitas rojas y cuando prendi la luz de mi iPhone, resulto ser un gran oso como a diez metros y me hizo correr a mi carro, abandonando todo mi equipo. No regrese a recogerlo hasta que salio el sol. Un buen susto, vale!!
Una pequeña parte de un trabajo que estoy haciendo sobre la ciudad de Logroño. Incluye una escena de la exposicion ambulante de estatuas de Rodin en la que aparece " El Pensador" una de las más famosas.
Todo hecho con una Canon EOS 1000d.
Musica de Celestial Aeon Project.
"Hym of the Sky"
The Total Lunar Eclipse from Sweden the 15th of june 2011.
The footage from the factory is from the oldest motor plant in the world. It was founded in 1864 by Eugen Langen and August Otto. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach worked here from 1876 in a management position. Here is the origin of the motorized world. Now the building should be demolished to create space for a new cable factory…
The video sequences are taken with a canon 5D MK II which I have borrowed for two days ,…. too short to become familiar with this amazing camera.
Photo sequences (Nikon D90): 00:37 ; 00:52 ; 01:07 ; 01:14 ; 01:32
Video sequences (Canon 5D MKII): Rest
Unfortunately the video jiggles a bit on vimeo…
Music: John OO Fleming – Goddess
Canon 5D MK II + Canon 24 – 70 2.8
Nikon D90 + Sigma 10 – 20 4.0-5.6
Saw the fog from the Bay Bridge on my ride home to Oakland this evening and decided to head over to the Headlands. Beautiful evening. Fog rushing right over our heads and down the mountain. Again, didn’t need to edit, just used all the footage in sequence with one of my favorite JH tracks and it seemed to work itself out.
San Francisco California
June 21, 2011
by John Hopkins
After the nuclear power plant accident, Tokyo continues to voluntarily conserve power. Tokyo night was darkened slightly. But the streets are still filled with people and cars.
camera : Canon EOS 5D Mark II
lens : MC ARAX 2.8/35mm Tilt & Shift
lens : Canon EF24mm F2.8
camera : Pentax K-5
lens : MC BIOMETAR 2.8/80mm & Tilt Adapter Pentacon Six
music : Sounds From The Past by mindthings
A few days ago we headed for a short trip to test out a first prototype of the DitoGear PortaSlider which is a new, modular timelapse slider dedicated to entry-level an professional timelapse shooters.
We wanted to check how the concepts worked and gave a hard-testing run to the new product. With a total of 14 one-meter track units and 2 trolley designs to test out we had a lot of fun!
The track joints seem to work flawlessly and really precisely even on such long track. The trolley need some refinements and this week we’re going to test out a new, improved design.
Preparing for shots with a 14 meter track takes some time, but it is definitely worth effort giving a whole bunch of new creative options for shooting.
Now about the slider at a glance:
• continuous and and drive-shoot-drive mode, 2 way w/ shutter control
• modular track design (0.5m, 1.0m, 2.0m modules)
• controller and user interface integrated with motor and trolley
• very basic video mode w/optional controller (left, right, speed adjustment)
• horizontal & diagonal operation w/ lightweight cameras
• option of connecting the OmniSlider controller for a full-blown set of features
Pricing, availability and preorders info at:
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When sessions with Xavier de le Rue are over, Guido Perrini keeps his camera switched on and capture the beauty of nature. Enjoy a series of magical mountain timelapses with a delightful tune from DJ Ryzk a.k.a. No-Bless.
Shot mainly on a canon 7d with a pclix intervalometer.
lenses, tokina 11-16 and canon 24-105.
The tracking motion is done using a metal thread connected to a tobin timelapse unit for an old 16mm bolex.
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Taken in the central highlands of Spain, the autonomous regions Castilla-La-Mancha and Castilla-y-Léon. A region full of history and culture: The Goths, Romans and Moors have left their marks here. Don Quijote has fighted against the windmills here. This was the place of residence of El Greco, Diego de Velazquez and Francisco de Goya.
The first time I’ve taken my dolly with traveling. It did a really good job. But see for yourself.
Music: John OO Fleming, The Dewberry Tree
Nikon D90, Sigma 10-20, DIY Dolly:
More of these at http://beepshow.com
I shot a photo roughly every two miles between take-off in San Francisco and landing in Paris CDG to make this airplane time lapse.
Big thanks to the folks at http://uxlondon.com for inviting me to europe to speak – if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have made the trip. Shot with a 5d2, a time-lapse controller, and a 16mm – 35mm, mixed with some iPhone shots. The music is a modified template "Gain" used with permission from DETUNE ltd. denkitribe http://soundcloud.com/denkitribe/gain – I arranged on the Korg iMS20 iPad App. Edits and pans in After Effects CS5 and iMovie.
The photos during take-off and landing are all computer models and totally rendered because I would never use an electronic device when the FAA prohibits them. I did get lucky and have a whole row to myself to setup the tripod and gear.
Thanks to my neighbors for not minding an SLR click every 2 to 30 seconds for 11 hours, and thanks to the whole Air France flight crew for being insanely friendly and allowing me to shoot. Thanks to @ztaylor for showing me the Korg iMS20 iPad App. Thanks to @jayzombie and the #nerdbird on the way to SXSW this year for helping me come up with the idea. Thanks to @somnabulent for the idea of live scoring. Thanks to you for actually reading this far. You are a champion.