Not the first or last video of a garden on vimeo im sure! and although in England we dont have anything that exotic roaming wild hopefully i've made what we do have interesting to the eye.
Shot on Nikon P100
Music: Moby, Homeward Angel
Single object exercise.
Hopefully this will be the first of several videos featuring a single object. Mostly for fun. Thanks for watching
Shot on a Panasonic HDC TM-300 with a macro lens
Edited in Vegas
Music is unknown (please provide)
j'ai réaliser cette vidéo avec un 5D MKII un 100 mm macro et la music avec ableton live
Just messing around one day, with my Canon Rebel XT DSLR.
Oil being poured into a cup of water.
Music by Bonobo // Recurring
edit 4/24 6:30am:
WOW! I'm glad everyone is liking this so much! I really didn't even put any thought into the timing or editing of this. i just went through the sequences i had, in order, and tossed some music over it. The frames are pretty much un-edited. I think I changed the white balance, and added some sharpness, and that was all.
I wish I had an actual video camera, that could capture some of the things I see, when photographing my subjects. IMO the time-lapse looks neat, but does not do it justice.
A lot of people are asking how I did this. It's pretty simple. I just put the camera on its' lowest jpeg setting, placed the camera into continuous mode, and locked the shutter down with my wired remote. The oil is being dumped into a tall cylindrical glass, with about a cup of water in it. The whole thing is lit from behind by a diffused clamp light.
This was one of the first experimental pieces I threw together after getting my 'macro lens' set for my Sony HDR-HC1.
I really liked this song... but if anyone out there would want to take a stab at providing an "original sound score" to it, go for it : )
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Greetings from St. Petersburg! That's my understanding of the macro: vimeo.com/89787225
This short film shows the development of individuals (from egg to adult) as well as the whole seasonal cycle of the nest.
Document is commented by Vladimir Ptacek - founder of a laboratory for bumble bee rearing in the Czech Republic.
growing ice crystals, snowflakes/slowflakes and other remarkable winter details...