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Please watch the 1080p version: vimeo.com/21278369

This is my first attempt using a DSLR to shoot Timelapse.
I snatched my sisters Canon 450D and borrowed a Kessler Cineslider from a friend.
I never had any experiences with DSLR´s before, but i always was fascinated viewing time lapses online.
So i decided to do it myself!
I learned allot during 2 months of shooting (the weather was terrible most of the time), but i still have to learn more.
The flicker-problem was a big one, so i discovered great software to get rid of it.


Most of the shoots were taken with the kit lens (EF-S 18-55mm f3.5), except the illuminated city at the end of the clip.
This was taken with the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8., and i love it.

Unfortunately, my district is very boring (Hamburg/Germany). No mountains, light pollution preventing me to shoot many stars and it was very cold.
Next time i will start to teach myself a new technique during Summer!
Standing 3-4 hours at a low temperature (-10°C/14F) freezes my tails off!

Enjoy the video and don`t forget to rate and comment!



- Canon eos 450D
- EF-S 18-55mm f3.5
- Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
- LCW Fader ND
- Intervalometer
- Kessler Cineslider
- Oracle Controller
- Manfrotto/Bogen Magic Arm
- Patience!


- Adobe After Effects CS5
- Cinema 4D
- Sony Vegas 10
- LRTimelapse
- GBDeflicker

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