I shot this video in two days in a recent trip to Maui while I was exploring around the island and especially the epic Haleakalā crater region.
Since my first shot in the lava fields wouldn't turn out so well, as I was either losing details in the skies or on the fields, I decided to use HDR.
And while I was at it, I decided to shoot the whole thing in HDR.
I'm not sure wether it was necessary for every shot but it was there so I used it...It's a short video but it took a while to render considering each image comprises 3 photos. (proper exposure, 2/3 up and 2/3 down)
My crappy (made in China) intervalometer also started acting funny and eventually wouldn't work at all so I manually shot at least two thirds of the timelapses, which not only created some jitter but also made me miss a frame here and there which I had to recreate with twixtor.
Ok enough complaining, image hunting around Maui wasn't so bad! ;)
-Canon EF-S 10-22mm
-Sigma EX DC 17-55mm
-Kessler Crane Pocket Dolly w/ Basic Controller
-Manfrotto magic arm
-Quicktime Pro 7
-FCP 7 & Magic Bullet Looks
-Photomatix for HDR batch processing
-Lock & Load for jitter stabilization
-Adobe After Effects & Twixtor to recreate missing frames
-Motion 5 to clone some of the couds in the last shot and erase a good chunck of mountain