1. This timelapse piece was shot in and around the Los Angeles area using a Sony A7R2 and a Sony A7S2 equipped with PL to e-mount lens adaptors. The lenses used were 2 vintage anamorphics that have a 2x squeeze on the image when it is being shot. Also since the lenses were cine lenses used for 35mm motion picture film they won't cover the entire full frame sensor of the two cameras. Using a method I developed in After Effects I was able to un-squeeze the footage and give it the appropriate crop so the places not covered by the lenses wasn't shown in the final image. Shooting in anamorphic was very different experience and doesn't give you the flexibility you get shooting normal spherical lenses. When you frame a shot and start shooting what you see in the frame is what your going to get. There's very little room for re-framing a shot in post. The 2 lenses I used for this piece were the Nipponscope 25mm T2 PL mount and the Todd-AO high Speed 50mm T1.4 PL mount. Both of the lenses were pretty old but they give the piece a different look.

    Music Composed By:
    Nigel Wiesehan

    Motion Control equipment used for this piece was the Kessler Second Shooter and the TLS.

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  2. http://ktym.jpn.org/

    "Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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  3. A year exploring the sights of Austin, Texas.

    ©2016 Andrew Takano

    Music by Home

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  4. ► Follow me:

    ► Music: Daft Punk - Derezzed (The Glitch Mob Remix)

    ► Making of article and behind the scene photo

    ► Hardware:
    - DJI Phantom 3 Pro with Mars Lite & Mayday Board
    - TBS Discovery Pro with custom GoPro 4 lens
    - Polar Pro Filters
    - Dynamic Perception Stage One & Stage R with NMX controller
    - Panasonic GH4, Lumix 12-35 f/2.8, Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 and custom made gimbal (Alexmos)
    - Canon 6D, Samyang 14mm f/2.8, Sigma 24 & 35mm f/1.4 Art, Canon EF 50 f/1.4, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L,
    - Cessna 172 & Bell-206 ;)
    - A boat & Paddle board

    ► Software:
    - Adobe Premiere & After Effects
    - Adobe Lightroom
    - LRTimelapse 4
    - SNS-HDR Pro

    ► Intro & Opening tittle by michaelcparadise.com/

    ► Los Angeles Timelapse Film Festival Awards:
    This video was part of the official selection of the 2016 Los Angeles Timelapse Film Festival and won the 2nd place in the cityscape category plus 5th "Best in Show". First place was awarded to Justin Tierney for his "Tokyo Aglow" video (vimeo.com/169489054)
    More information at timelapsefilmfestivals.com/2016-winners/

    ► Special thanks:
    It would be hard to detail the list of all the people involved in this video but here are the main one who inspired or helped me to make this project: Artem Pryadko / Zweizwei, Aaron Priest, Dimid, Gunther creator of LRTimelapse, Jeff Colhoun, Jay Burlage & Dynamic Perception, Marco from Timelapse Network, Team BlackSheep, Aufmschlau, b-zOOmi, Keith Loutit, Dustin Farrell, Rob Whitworth, Dominic Boudreault, Michelle, Guille, Mariana, etc.
    Marco from Timelapse Network timelapsenetwork.com/

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  5. Ankara'yı bu şekilde görmüş müydünüz?

    Ankara'ya bir timelapse film hazırlarken en büyük amacım; yaşadığım şehri güzel bir şekilde tanıtmak ve insanlara sevdirmekti. Projeye yaklaşık üç yıl önce başladım ve fırsat buldukça çekimleri gerçekleştirdim. Tamamen gece çekiminden oluşan bu proje 7000 fotoğrafın çekilip tek tek işlenmesiyle ortaya çıktı.

    Çekim sırasında Nikon D5100 Body, 18-55 Kit Lens, Tokina 11-16, Tamron 70-300 , Slix 400DX Tripod ve JYC timelapse kumandasını kulandım. Fotoğrafları işleme aşamasında ise Adobe Lightroom, Lr Timelapse,Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Pro ve Adobe Premier programlarını kullandım.

    Müzik Ilgaz II Timelapse Film de olduğu gibi 'ÖMER SERKAN ALBAYRAK' tarafından hazırlandı.


    # vimeo.com/177798113 Uploaded 38.8K Plays 21 Comments

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