1. Timelapse

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    • Tilt Shift Highway Toll Plaza

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      from Kamrul Arifin Mansor / Added

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      ELITE Highway toll plaza, Subang Jaya, Selangor -all rights reserved © 2014 kamrularifin.com - -contact me for information on licensing of my images and timelapse clips-

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      • Cinema 4D Tutorial - Light Trail Sphere

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        We create a cool light trail sphere animation...

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        • Cinema 4D Tutorial - Follow a Light Trail

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          In this tutorial we create automated light trails and get a camera to follow it as it travels through space...

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          • First Snow in Denver, CO - November 10th, 2014

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            from Jeff Lordan / Added

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            Photography and editing: Jeff Lordan Music: "Rêverie" by Claude Debussy

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            • ProTrails Lesson - Light Trail Effects for FCPX - Pixel Film Studios

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              ProTrails Lesson - Light Trail Effects for Final Cut Pro X - Pixel Film Studios http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/plugin/effect-protrails Welcome to a ProTrails Lesson from Pixel Film Studios. ProTrails allows Final Cut Pro X users to add custom light trail effects to their footage. From wavy lines to spiraling rings, ProTrails allows users to create every light trail they could ever want with out having to set a single keyframe. Users simply have to drag and drop one of the presets above their clip, set the path, and adjust the look. ProTrail will do the rest. ______________________ Let's begin by selecting a clip in the FCPX media library and dragging it to the timeline. Once, you have your footage in the timeline, go to the FCPX titles library to locate the ProTrails presets. Scan through the light types and select the one that best matches the look you want. Then, drag the adjustment layer above your footage on the Final Cut Pro X timeline and make it the same length as the clip. ______________________ Now that our timeline is setup, let’s adjust the structure and color of our light trail. Select the title layer in the timeline. Go to the Light Controls section in the FCPX Inspector. Use the end point parameter to control the direction and length of the light trail. Next, use the Life slider to adjust the falloff rate of the trail. Then use the scale and feather sliders to adjust the thickness of the line. Finally, use the color pallets to adjust the colors of the lights. Depending on your version of Final Cut, you may need to double click the refresh button at the top of the Inspector to re-render these changes in the viewer window. ______________________ Once you have the trail shaped the way you want it, it’s time to position it to where you need it. Use the Camera position and rotation to manipulate the orientation of the light trail. If you want to add some depth to light streak, increase the angle of view of the camera. ______________________ Now for some Final Touches. Let’s adjust a few more Effect Controls to fine tune our light trail’s look. Use the waviness or spiral controls to adjust the shape of the trail. Then adjust the glow controls to give our lights a radiant, soft look.

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              • After Effects Tutorial - Awesome Light Streaks With No Plugins

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                We create a Trapcode Particular effect, without using Trapcode Particular... 1. Create a Composition. Create a Solid. 2. Go to Effect, Simulation and add a CC Particle Systems II to the Solid. 3. Go to Layer, New and create a Null object. 4. Alt Click the stopwatch next to Producer in the CC Particle Systems II. 5. Using the pick-whip tool link it to the position of the Null. 6. Alt Click the stopwatch next to position in the Null object. 7. Write the expression: wiggle(1,300); 8. Go to CC Particle Systems II and set Radius X and Y to 0.1. 9. Set Animation to 'Direction Normalized'. 10. Set Velocity and Direction to 0 11. Set Gravity and Extra to 0.1 12. Set Particle Type to Line. 13. Set Opacity Map to Fade Out. 14. Set Transfer Mode to Add. 15. Set Birth Colour to blue and the Death Colour to a darker blue. 16. Set Max Opacity to 10. 17. Copy and paste the Solid containing the particle system. 18. Do this a few times, offsetting the anchor slightly for each copy. 19. Set all the solids to an add operation mode. 20. Enjoy your handy work.

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                • Sony Cybershot

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                  Client: Sony / TAG Agency: Silver Films Director: Oliver Holt (Process) DOP: Ross McLennan Producer: Michelle Craig These stings were created to top and tail Cybershot infomercials used within European Sony stores.

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                  • The Japanese Popstars - Heavy Hitter

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                    • Light Painting with Particular

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                      from Joshua Cam Smith / Added

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                      Was doing some R&D for an automotive project that needed some cool X-Ray treatments roughly illustrating internal dynamics and wanted to create the effect of "painting" with light as if you would with a camera and long exposures. Created entirely with Trapcode Particular. Probably going to do a little tutorial soon. Thought the GE logo was a good simple logo to try this out with.

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