My fifth timelapse- experiment. The first part of something great! Some twilight moments from my home town Berlin. Enjoy the Siegessäule and Brandenburger Tor.
Handmade by filmjunge. Finest stillness pictures. Secured with Canon 7D. Mastered in 4K.
Here are my specs for you: I used my Canon EOS 7D on a tripod Cullmann Magnesite 532 , coupled with a fluid drag system MVHS500AH from Manfrotto. The eye of my camera is a Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [ IF] lens.
The recordings were made on 24 October 2013 at the Brandenburg Gate and the Victory Column in Berlin .
More than 600 individual recordings are made per Location: Aperture f8 and 1/ 250 and one seconds shutter speed. There are pure RAW frames, each with 5184 x 3456 ( 17.9 MP ) . I made all the settings manually, the focus is self- selected too. The closure is done by remote release every 2 seconds.
I use at home Apeture and Final Cut Pro X from Apple. Only small " bird " in the sky have been removed from pictures - otherwise nothing has been improved , not even the white balance.
The images are individually inserted into Final Cut Pro X (each as a single frame) and then combined as a single clip . I use the ProRes (LT ) format for my master film and PCM for two audio tracks. Because the resolution of the images is very high, I edit my timelapse movies exclusively in 2160p , so Ultra HD .
Only in combination with normal video recordings of the Canon 7D I use to edit 1080p Full HD . My videos are always provided with each indicating, whether is in 4K or "only" 1080p.
I try my best possible, but do it as a hobby on the side!
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