Here is my first DP timelapse test. I choose to make it at the demonstrations against the service cuts in London on at the 26 of march.
The fist shot was a classic timelapse with 1 raw2 picture every 2.5 seconds over a period of 18 minutes.
The other shots are done with the video mode timelapse function, which comes with the GH2.
I did speed them up in post again about 400% (700% in total). Otherwise there is now color grading or effects, except of some transisions.
I had to go for the video mode to work fast, because it was hard to find a save place whithout people running into the rig.
Luckly i did so because i had a battery issue with my self build external batterypack for the GH2... thats why I only was able to do 5 sets... :(
Anyways. i did learn a lot that day for myself.
Thanks goes to Jay and dynamicperception.com for their awesome timelapse gear which made this video possible!
Also thanks to the Goldsmiths art students who organized the project “Save Our Placards!” to put anti-cuts demonstration into the museum of london, where this video hopefully will be shown!
And at last also to my girlfriend Josefina Mata! Without here assistance it would have been extremely difficult! THANK YOU MY LOVE!
The video shown here on Vimeo is 1280x720. It is also available in 1920x1080.
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Hope you like the video.
more about me coming soon at http://www.irregular.me
Gear used to put this together:
Panasonic Lumix 14mm f/2.5 G Aspherical Lens
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly/Rail with MX2