here is another short tutorial on how to create these cool vertigo effects or dolly zooms in your timelapse shots in post. btw this will NOT work with a static timelapse shot.
you can read more detailed infos about this camera effect on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolly_zoom
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This is a tutorial on the utilization of FilmConvert within FCPX, but its utility with other NLEs, After Effects or Resolve is universal. To view this video in its entirety go here: vimeo.com/70704560
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I had the opportunity to attend this year a workshop by Vincent Laforet in the city Konstanz, Germany.
There were three very information-rich days that I have enjoyed under the direction of the true master.
A special thanks to the organizers of this workshop, the chief editor of the magazine "Videoaktiv", Martin Biebel.
I recommend really to visit a workshop of Vincent to anyone who wants to expand his professionalism.
Most shots from this backstage were made with the Canon 5D Mark iii.
Place: Konstanz, Germany
Date: 17,05-19,05 2012
Musik: Hustle Someone by Shotgun Radio, Tripple Scoop Music
Editing: Sony Vegas 11 Pro
Basic color-correction: Davinci Resolve
All used cameras: Canon EOS C300, 5D Mark iii, RED Epic
All used lenses: Carl Zeiss Compact Primes Lenses: 18, 28, 35, 50, 85, 100, 135
Canon CN-E 14,5-60mm T2,6 L S Cinema EF
Canon EF 400mm f2,8L IS II USM
All contributing firms: Chrosziel, Carl zeiss, Adobe, Aibotix, A.F.Marcotec, Canon, Vocas, Stefan Czech
Floatcam, Hapa team, Arri