My first Vimeo upload
Canon HV30 PAL
HDV 25p TV Mode
Hama 0,5x Wide
Hama 1,5x Tele
This spit of land in the Hamilton harbor is a breeding area for three bird colonies, Ring-billed Gulls, Double-crested Cormorants and Black-crowned Night-Heron. I have been dropping by every week or so to take some video in the hopes of putting together a documentary on one season. It won't be long until chicks will arrive which will be interesting.
I am able to shoot from my car from behind a concrete barrier and therefore they are not disturbed.
This is a series of three timelapse sequences of the area.
There is an area a few kilometers from my house that has some large communication towers, and they leave the grass uncut till late summer. This makes it a haven for grassland birds who have suffered from recent agricultural practice of early grassland cutting and bailing.
It is always a treat to hear the bubbly songs of Bobolinks when they return to breed.
The male plumage is unusual because it is light above which would seem to make it an easier target for overhead birds of prey.
In the background, Savannah Sparrows and Eastern Meadowlarks are singing.
Canon 5D2, 500mm, 1.4tc
My Canon 7D arrived this weekend, so i took it out to my fav park to do some video. i still have no idea how to use this thing, but had fun trying :)
(There are no pics in this clip, so if you want to see them, you can go here: flickr.com/photos/landersz/)
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Music: That would be me playing on my rusty piano. so Low your volume down :) lol
Filmed on Canon 7D
Bird shots filmed with a Canon 100 - 400mm
insects: Canon Macro 60mm
everything else: Canon 18-55mm
Finalmente questo weekend ho preso la Canon 7D. e l'ho portato a provare alla Caffarella. Ancora non so come si usa questa macchina, ma mi sono divertito molto :)
Tutti i video sono mie :) non ci sono foto in questo filmato, se volete vedere le foto fatte con la 7D, potete vederle qui: flickr.com/photos/landersz/
Musica: sono sempre io al mio vecchio Pianoforte... quindi abassate il volume :)
Central Park, NYC - October 18, 2008