1. Here is a quick tutorial which shows the basics on setting up your GoPro to take timelapse shots at certain intervals, and how to edit them using a Mac. While we use Final Cut Pro for our editing, you can easily do the full edit of the timelapse simply by using QuickTime Pro.

    Side note: we flipped the video 180-degrees in this video using FCP, but you can actually do that in QuickTime as well, using the "Movie Properties" window.

    For cooler timelapse movies, check out our camalapse product at camarush.com

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  3. We really enjoyed our trip to Seoul. This wonderful buzzing city is just awesome and really worth a stay.
    Shooting some time lapses was a great way to explore this urban scene.

    We used:

    1x Pentax k-5
    2x Pentax k-7
    3x GoPro Hero

    Samyang 8mm/3.5
    Tamron 17-50mm/2.8
    Sigma 17-70mm/2.8-4.5
    Pentax 35 mm/2.8
    Pentax 50 mm/1.7
    Pentax 50-135mm/2.8

    We produced a bunch of images. Even more than I expected and so we bought some more hard drives to bring all this files back home safely.

    38.000 pictures
    390 GB of Data

    For post production I used Lightroom an the wonderful LRTimelapse (http://lrtimelapse.com/)by Gunther Wegner

    Music: You my wonderful... flower - Lavori Domestici [HWR008 VV.AA.] http://www.homeworkrecords.net

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