Filmed using the Panasonic AG-HPX371 P2 camera with Fujinon XT17x4.5BRMK14 lens & Century Wide Angle Adaptor. Shooting format was 1280x720 AVCIntra100 25p. Scene file used was HDnorm, WB Preset 5600K, DRS off, Master PED on -5, Detail Coring on +5, Chroma Level on +2, Low gain on -3 and Knee on MID.
Time lapse of several national parks - bryce canyon, grand canyon, monument valley, garden of gods, death valley - shot during a 4 month winter roadtrip.
All the pictures of the roadtrip can be seen on:
Supported by Nikon Canada.
Music : omar korshid " Rakset el fadaa"
At the end of Currumbin Valley there is a National Park with paved walkways to boardwalks and lookouts to waterfalls and rock pools.
I went up there to get a few shots and ran into a couple of mud clad hikers. They said, "jump that fence and follow the river for about an hour and a bit. It's amazing. you'll get good shots there! And by the way there is no track."
I thought, what the hell, and set off. Two hours later my ankles were covered in leeches, my boots full of water, and I discovered a miller tripod makes for a good walking stick. But at the end, I discovered a truly magical spot. So thanks to those hikers. I got to shoot for over an hour - in the middle of nowhere - miles from anyone or anywhere. Fantastic.
Shot on Sony EX1. Tried every setting in the book. Shot on 2 ND's with Extreme Slow Shutter - for kicks. All colours shot in camera. Music is 'saltwater' by the very talented Chicane: chicanemusic.com
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A year's compilation of my time lapse work. All shot on the Canon 5D2 and processed in Adobe After Effects. The majority of the shots are in my beautiful home state of Arizona. Goblin Valley State Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah also make an appearance.
Every clip is a RAW image sequence (5616 x 3744) that I rendered out as a 1080P 23.976fps Quick Time movie. The motion control is achieved using servo motors.
Timelapse video of the Perseid Meteor Shower and the galactic core of the Milky Way as seen from Joshua Tree National Park.
These were taken between August 12 and August 15, 2010.
For more photos and words: photography.evosia.com/2010/08/13/under-the-milky-way-in-joshua-tree-national-park/
Gear: 5D Mk II, EF 16-35mm L. Settings: f/2.8, 6400 ISO, 20 second exposures.
Music is Samskeyti by Sigur Ros
National Parks HD
A collection of HD footage from various national parks across the globe. Despite the name of the channel, this channel includes some amazing state parks as well as tribal parks.