Footage from multiple views of the Lisbon city (Portugal).
I went for the "Holy Grail" with this one, several times. Lots of daytime to nighttime shots.
I've managed quite successfully (I think) to get rid of the bad flickering.
Everything shot with the marvelous Canon G12 Powershot on the wonderful CHDK hack.
There was not any video recording involved in this, everything was rendered from still shots.
Shot with a Canon G12.
Music: "Play a Sound to Me" from Lúcia Moniz
Share the People Love with your compadres now (maybe your enemies too). Follow for the coming sequel and documentary. Check out adventuresauce.com/2012/03/vimeo/ for free lessons helping you travel.
Some people dream of sitting on a beach in Tahiti or sailing around the world.
Benjamin's travel dream was to hitchhike around the USA for a year (his Nana thought it was a pretty curious dream as well).
He wanted to meet people from all walks of life and learn about the world through a simple adventure.
The video took 3 months to shoot and 2 years to create (although Benjamin's a hitchhiker and wasn't slaving away for 12 hours a day or anything :).
This video is just the start of his adventures to live an exciting, wise life and you can find free lessons to help you start traveling at adventuresauce.com/2012/03/vimeo/.
Check the long version: vimeo.com/adventuresauce/hitchlong
Shot: Nikon d70
Lens: Tokina 10-17mm, 3.5-4.5
Edited: Final Cut Pro
Music: "Tom Petty" by lehtmojoe
What is your dream travel adventure?
Photo & edit: Tor Even Mathisen
Just a little timelapse I've made for The American Dollar Band. :)
Check out my Aurora Borealis-timelapse from 2010:
Download aurora screensavers here:
Canon EOS 5D mark II
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero timelapse dolly
"As We Float" by 'The American Dollar'
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Timelapse video compilation of the aurora borealis (northern lights) taken in Fairbanks, Alaska, during the evenings of March 21-22, 2012.
1,705 still frames were captured using a tripod-mounted Canon 5D Mark II and two lenses: EF 16-35mm/2.8L USM and EF 14mm/2.8L II USM. On March 21, the aurora was faint: we were only able to see it by naked eye for half an hour or less during the evening. On March 22, the aurora was searingly bright, and lasted for over 2.5 hours, spanning most of the night sky (leaving only a dark hole to the south).
We shot for hours each night in temperatures ranging from -5ºF to -20ºF. The 5D2 was a champ, and I was able to shoot around 600 pictures on a single battery charge, even in those temperatures! The Canon TC-80N timelapse remote also worked well, although the settings LCDs on both devices became very slow in the cold, sometimes taking a full second to refresh when I changed settings.
The still images were processed and exported in Lightroom 4. Individual clips were assembled in Quicktime 7 and then brought into Final Cut Pro X for editing into a sequence.
Special thanks to Julian and Ildi Cohen (juliancohen.com), my photography companions during the trip, to Casey Thompson, a local aurora photographer (caseythompsonphotography.com/), for his tips and local expertise, and to mobygratis.com for music.
Last summer I decided it was time to see the this "world" I had been hearing so much about. So I bought a backpack, bought a guide book and booked a flight to Peru with a return flight from Brazil.
And so began the best summer of my life. :)
This video montage is basically a summary of the trip, showcasing some of the beautiful places and faces that I encountered.
Filmed on a Canon 550D with Magic Lantern (till that got stolen at knifepoint and I got myself a 600D), kit lens and f1.4 50mm, a few shots with a f2.8 135mm Nikkor.
Colorista for color, Neat Video for noise, After Effects and Premiere. CineStyle color profile in camera.
Music: Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn (2010 Stereo mix)