This is the eMotimo TB3 coupled to Dragonframe 3.03. We walk you through the setup of a registration test and show you the results. As is becoming industry standard with motion control solutions, we are showing you a difference matt between two passes. If pixel for pixel perfect, you would see nothing (no differences). In reality there are always small differences - some due to the backlash of gearing, some due to lighting changes between passes.
We think the results are great for a $750 motion control head shooing at 320 mm equivalent. If you find something better for less - let us know!
In this example, the TB3 is basically a terminal that accepts position commands from the software over a USB cable. The camera is connected by USB to the Dragonframe software.
Time-lapse film shot in Australia with a selection of shots from Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. I spent three weeks driving from Melbourne to Brisbane with good friends capturing the Southern stars and nature along the way. This was the first time I had visited Australia and also the Southern hemisphere, the scenery and stars were quite breathtaking! Such a different sky and the milky way is so strong in comparison the the Northern hemisphere. I cannot wait to get back down there and do some more shooting and catch up with old friends again.
Music composed in Logic Express.
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A short time-lapse film of London at night. This film was shot from November 2011 to February 2012 . As the nights drew longer and winter settled in, it provided me with the ideal opportunity to get out and shoot London at night.
I'll be honest, I'm not really a city person! but there is something quite beautiful about the city at night. As I commute to London for work, I took the time to shoot this film on my walk back to the train station and over a period of 4 months I slowly collected footage.
I wanted to try and get away from the cliches of London like Big Ben and Tower Bridge and focus more on the modern architecture. The city is ever changing as new buildings are constantly appearing. In a few years time I could go back and shoot a completely new film based on the new builds! but I suppose that's a good thing. The music for this film was composed in Logic Express.