Hidden away in the woods in Hillsboro Oregon is a Boeing 727-200 being converted in to an airplane home. Who would of thought there would be a full size 153 foot passenger plane 15 mins away from my home! It really is quiet a sight.
I would like to thank Bruce Campbell for allowing me to shoot time-lapses on his property.
For more information about Bruce's airplane home please visit AirplaneHome.com
The weather here in Oregon was not cooperating with me every time I had free time to head out there to shoot. Almost every time I went out there it was just solid white clouds and raining. Allot of times I wish I had longer than a 6ft rail for the DP dolly. There's so many other shots I wanted to get but I ran out of time.
All shots in this time-lapse is HDR using SNS-HDR to process the images. I wanted to process HDR images in a way that looked more natural but still have hints of HDR and SNS-HDR does an amazing job! I was shooting with both JPG and RAW. The awesome Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly was used for the movements. This was a huge technical exercise for me, it took almost 2 weeks 24/7 to process all the images. I hope SNS-HDR will improve the speed of the batch processing in the future. This was the first time I tried shooting a HDR time-lapse with motion control.
A digital short showcasing Chris Hollis enjoying some downtime and
a free-ride through the outskirts of his hometown, Port Macquarie NSW Australia.
At 29, Hollis has established himself as one of Australia's most prominent
Off-Road motorcycle racers. His unique blend of smooth-lines and
calculated-speed make him a favourite to watch, both in and out of the competitive arena.
"A Day at Home" 2013.
Filmed & Edited: Shane Fletcher
Additional Camera Operator: Lee Kelly
Music: M83 "We Own The Sky".
After 10 months, more than 40 hours of shooting, and over 5,000 photos taken, I'm proud to present my first timelapse video, Home At The Shore. Please hit play and take a journey to some of New Jersey's most beautiful beaches and shoreline locations and watch as the stars travel across the sky. I hope everyone enjoys watching and maybe even decides on setting aside a night just for stargazing. Trust me, the world can seem a lot calmer when you're staring up at the stars and listening to the waves crash on the beach.
On a personal level, the release of this video is very exciting for me. I've spent more time on this project than any in the past. I've learned new techniques, new software, and then went back and did it all over when I learned that I was doing it wrong. Each step along the way to finishing this was more exciting than the one before it. I want to thank all of my friends, family, and my girlfriend for all of the continued support.
A special thank you to all of those who have worked so hard to restore the homes of those lost during Sandy. Thank you to every volunteer that has spent time bringing the beauty back to our boardwalks and our beaches. The last year has been filled with heartbreak and devastation with much work still being done.
It may not ever be the same as it once was, but it will always be beautiful and it will always be home.
I'm very excited that Home At The Shore has been featured on the front page of National Geographic , Universe Today, I09, and more! Thank you to everyone that has taken the time to watch and share!
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Tommy Franklin has come a long way since his drug and alcohol-fuelled teenage years.
"He became a Youtube sensation this time last year when a group of smartphone-armed onlookers filmed him dancing in the rain in Byron Bay's main street." (ABC - North Coast)
For more Tommy Franklin Footage visit: byronbaythemovie.com