1. We have spent the last 2 weeks enjoying the splendid views and tasty pleasures of the first 50 km of the Camino de Santiago - the Napoleon route. We walked with kit and tent attached to our backs from St Jean Pied de Port in France, over the Pyrenees to Pamplona in Spain, stopping here and there along the way, whenever we saw a potential time-lapse. We camped on the edge of a cliff in crazy winds, deep in a forest valley next to a magical flow of sparkling water, out in the open surrounded by horses with bells, and every night under the twinkling milky-way. We are still ironing out a few technical issues but nevertheless proud to present the first instalment of our time-lapse series.

    The technical bit:
    Shot with Canon 5D and 600D, using the 16-35 mm, 24 mm L-series and telephoto lens 100-500 mm.
    The motion control was achieved with a Digislider add-on to a 1m track, with a 9v battery powered slow motor and 3 axis motion control head - the Orion Teletrack, powered by x2 9v batteries.
    There are not many electric plugs in nature, so we made good use of a 10W solar panel from Voltaic. It charges camera and 9v batteries, and powers the laptop long enough to off-load pictures (Raw files can eat up the card pretty quickly, 32 gb card is full after shooting 2 time-lapses) Unfortunately the solar panel does not give enough energy to the laptop to process all HDR shots, but we are looking to solve this issue in the future somehow. Please feel free to comment if you have nay suggestions on this front:)
    For HDR batch processing we used Photomatix Pro. We also used Panolapse panolapse360.com . We used both of its really great features - the extra panning movement that warps the image to any set lens size (in those times when 9v batteries decided to have a day off) and also the RAWblend option - to stabilise the flicker in the morning/evening shots when light is changing rapidly. Very happy about the smooth results of this program, as sometimes we had some issues with the automatic Bulb ramping option on Magic Lantern, which is otherwise an amazing software hack for your canon camera, that gives you good consistent HDR bracketing and intervalometer functions. In our final shot, the one with the band stand lighting up, we manually adjusted the shutter speed, and it seems to have worked pretty well.
    Patience is the name of the game in time-lapse.
    For the final edit we used Final Cut Pro.
    Music: Tarja - New Land

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the video, specifically your thoughts on how we might be able to improve what we do.

    Enjoy :)

    Shot in cooperation with Samuel Stonehill.

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  2. Our year in search. #neverstopsearching

    Client // Google
    Agency // Whirled
    Executive Producers // Guillaume de Zwirek + Liz Wessel
    Writer + Director // Scott T. Chan
    Producers // Jenna Cedicci + Scott T. Chan
    Editors // Chris Crutchfield + Luc Begeron
    Art Director // Paul K. Lee
    Color Grading // The Mill
    Music // Kodaline - All I Want
    Music Supervisor // Matt Mugford
    Music Editor // Satoshi Naguchi
    Sound Mix // Subtractive
    Clearance // Six Degrees

    web // getwhirled.com
    fb // facebook.com/getwhirled
    tw // twitter.com/getwhirled

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  3. Search on.

    Client // Google
    Agency // Whirled
    Director // Scott T. Chan
    Executive Producer // Guillaume de Zwireck
    Producer // Bobbie Wang
    Art Director // Chris Crutchfield
    Music // Mat Kearney

    web // getwhirled.com
    twitter // twitter.com/getwhirled
    fb // facebook.com/getwhirled

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