This video shows the result of a photographic journey to berlin
from 12 may - 18 may 2012.
I´ve spent 6 days in Berlin with excessive work, but the last 4 months
were even harder. Whenever I had some time,
I had to import and customize the NEF files before I
equalized them with the great LR-TIMELAPSE from Gunther Wegner. (lrtimelapse.com)
(Adobe Lightroom is necessary)
The observed jpeg had then to be droped into virtual dub and were rendered as avi.
When this was done, I had to stabilize the sequenzes manually frame by frame (AE motion tracker) and rendered each of them in 3 different sizes: (4928x3264 pixels, 1920x1080 pixels, 1024x768 pixels)
Last but not least the snippets were edited fitting to the beautiful title "Diving Through The Blue" by
the respectable composer and musician Valentin Boomes.
Dieses Video zeigt das Resultat einer Fotoreise nach Berlin
vom 12.Mai - 18.Mai 2012.
Ich verbrachte dort 6 Tage mit intensiver Arbeit,
jedoch waren die letzten 4 Monate sogar noch härter.
Immer wenn Zeit war, galt es die NEF Dateien zu importieren und zu bearbeiten,
und mit dem wunderbaren LR-TIMELAPSE von Gunther Wegner anzugleichen, (lrtimelapse.com)
(Adobe Lightroom notwendig)
anschließend als jpeg rauszurechnen, die jpeg danach in VIRTUAL DUB zu laden,
die Sequenzen als avi rauszurendern, die avis manuell frame für frame noch zusätzlich zu stabilisieren, (AE motion tracker)
dann jeweils in 3 Auflösungen (4928x3264 pixel, 1920x1080 pixel, 1024x768 pixel)
rauszurendern um sie dann zu guter Letzt auf den schönen
Titel "Diving Through The Blue" vom ehrenwerten Komponisten Valentin Boomes zu schneiden..
Video memories from my Berlin vacation, in August 2009. They include the zoo, the river, monuments, streets, plazas and lot of clouds. I experimented with tilt-shift from points of view not ideal for giving the idea of the world as if it was a little model, but I discovered interesting results even if I hadn't the chance to shoot from top. Ok, I also included a fake fake-model (a real model!), I guess that you'll spot it easily...
I had a lot of fun playing with LensBaby on a Canon EOS 500D: it gives you the feeling of shooting video with a Lomo. I used LensBaby Composer with double glass optic and sometimes the super wide angle add-on (I wish that the fisheye optic was already available this summer...). A few videos and time-lapses were shot with a normal Canon Lens, so I post-produced them simulating the defects of the other toy lenses. Can you recognize them?
★ Video production & post-production: Giovanni Antico | gantico.com
Camera: Canon EOS 500D,
Lens: LensBaby Composer 50mm + double glass, Super Wide angle conversion lens, Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 + Adobe After Effects CS4
♫ Music: Through the Tunnel, by DoKashiteru | ccmixter.org/files/DoKashiteru/17775
(2008 - Music Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution)
"Christmas Market Berlin" is a short movie, documenting the events at a Berlin christmas market in chosen motives of all generations. From classical stalls trough to modern and dynamic fairground rides. This movie was recorded with the "HDSLR Canon 5D MKII". That very camera enables recordings from perspectives, no other camera would be able to do. Besides there is the biggest strength of that camera, its low-light-abilities, to produce incredible recordings, even if there's just very few up to no light, if you combine the camera with a light intense objective. For the purpose of dynamics, I was working with Timelapse and Glidetrack.
Dynamic Berlin - Timelapse project with over 50.000 photos and thousands of people. Dynamic light, clouds, street life, movement and much more. Shot from May 2010 - September 2011 with Canon 5D Mark II and many lenses. And Yes I Like the Canon 15mm Fisheye :). Many details can be seen only at the second or third visit, have fun while watching. Thanks to all the people in my film.