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  1. I combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble structures, drawn through by the invisible forces of capillary action and magnetism.

    Time-lapse sequences: Nikon D90, Nikkor 60mm macro lens and custom built intervalometer.
    Motion-control: Arduino driven scanner platform and mirror rigs
    Score: Ableton Live

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    This is a collection of timelapse pieces that I shot between late June and early August, 2011, in Eastern Wyoming, and Western Nebraska.

    All sequences were shot on the 5D Mark II, in RAW format. The lens used, in all but two shots, was a 24mm f/1.4L II, which I rented from Borrowlenses.com. The other two were shot on my 16-35mm f/2.8L II.

    Motion control for the timelapse shots were provided by the excellent Dynamic Perception Stage-Zero Dolly. Since purchasing the dolly, I have been using motion control on almost every timelapse that I shoot.
    dynamicperception.com/

    I have to say, shooting this piece was one of the best experiences that I have had in my life. Travelling 1000 miles from home to spend the summer trying to capture all of the beauty around me was amazing. I finally had the chance to truly see what the night sky was supposed to look like, and it left me breathless. During many moments in the video, you can see plenty of shooting stars, along with a few satellites, and a plane here and there.

    Music is "Death is the Road to Awe" by Clint Mansell, from the soundtrack to "The Fountain". Available here itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-fountain-music-from-motion/id204669166

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  3. Tempest Milky Way won Best Overall and Audience Choice at the 2011 Chronos Film Festival. chronosfilmfestival.com

    One of the challenges in making this video, was trying to get good storm with stars shots. The opportunity doesn't come along very often, the storm has to be moving the right speed and the lightning can overexpose the long exposures. I had several opportunities this summer to get storm and star shots. In one instance, within a minute of picking up the camera and dolly, 70mph winds hit. One storm was perfect, it came straight towards the setup, then died right before it reached it.

    Extended cut available here dakotalapse.com/2011/08/tempest-milky-way/

    At the 1:57 mark a Whitetail buck came in to check out the setup. It was caught on 20 frames, and was there for about 10 minutes. It was only 50 yards from the camera, dolly and light.

    At the 3:24 mark, a meteor reflects on the water of the small lake, see still below in Photos. There are also quite a few other meteors in the timelapse.

    This was all shot in central South Dakota from June-August.

    Canon 5D Mark II for a few shots, Canon 60D and T2i
    Canon 16-35, Tokina 11-16

    Shot in RAW format. Manual mode, Exposure was 30 seconds on most Milky Way shots, 20-25 on some of the storm shots, ISO 1600 or 3200 F2.8.

    Simon Wilkinson at thebluemask.com created the music "Tempest" and sound for it.
    thebluemask.com/shop/tempest/?tid=tempestmilkyway

    I used the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly on most of the shots as well, it is awesome. dynamicperception.com

    Contact for licensing or anything else
    Randy Halverson
    dakotalapse.com

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  4. Canon 60D with Tamron 70-300mm lens.
    No color correction.
    Music by Chuck Brown

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  5. All of this footage was shot at Wyadup Rocks 10 minutes south of Yallingup in the Southwest of Western Australia. It was a beautiful evening with awesome clouds and the odd bolt of lightning.

    I was shooting with my brother Christian. He was taking stills and I was shooting vid all with the Canon 5D mk 2 and various Canon lenses ranging from 24mm f/1.6 to 400mm f/5.6.

    One of Christians stills features on this video. You can see more at christianfletcher.wordpress.com or christianfletcher.com.au

    Music is from "Passion" by Peter Gabriel.

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