This is a behind the scenes/tutorial on how we were able to get some interesting motion control night time lapses using Kessler gear and some tools in After Effects
This episode of Tech Talk, I go over the latest Magic Lantern Firmware and some of the key features which I use it for when shooting video with my Canon T2i.
PLUS I talk about a way to get Live audio preview!
The version shown in this video is:
with the Oct. 7 autoexec.bin file.
If you have no idea what any of this means, check out the MJ Wiki page:
Also, check out Media Unlocked Channel for more Magic Lantern Info along with other great DSLR Tutorials:
The cool thing about the monitor used in this video is that it can provide a live audio preview without any special cords!
just search: "Access HD 7" PTV7000"
Thanks for watching!
Filmed on the Kodak zi8
Mic: Audio-Technica ATR-35S Lavalier Microphone
Edited with Vegas Movie Studio HD 11 (trial version)
How I shoot and edit HDR timelapse photography.
The Planet 5D version: blog.planet5d.com/2012/03/how-to-create-an-hdr-timelapse-a-dustin-farrell-tutorial/
Skip to the end if you just want to see the finished result ;)
Photo Mechanic is a program designed to speed up the process of ingesting photos from memory cards, captioning them with IPTC data then rating and sorting them. A longtime Lightroom user myself, I was curious why so many sports photographer swear by this software and why some wire services insist on it's use. After using it on my first sporting event I've been impressed with a number of features and the best way to describe them is with this tutorial video that walks through a sample card ingest and shows you some of the tricks that PMhas up it's sleeve.