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    Canon 5D MK III's
    Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Sliider, Stage R pan/tilt units.

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  2. A year-long time-lapse project in Acadia National Park by Will Greene. Started as a senior exhibition project at Mount Desert Island High School, the film spans four seasons with over 35,000 images and 36 hours worth of footage, all compressed into 5 minutes. My hope is that this film inspires others to appreciate and protect Acadia and the natural world as a whole.

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    Cameras: Nikon D610, Nikon D90,
    Lenses: Nikon 24-85mm, Rokinon 14mm, Nikon 12-24mm DX, Nikon 80-200mm
    Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
    Software: Lightroom 5, LRTimelapse, Final Cut Pro X

    Special thanks to Acadia National Park, Friends of Acadia, Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce, MDIHS, Ned Johnston, Jack Sasner, and Bo Greene

    The film is dedicated to my father, Craig W. Greene, a lifelong lover and steward of Acadia, who passed away when I was six.

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    New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year 2015 Time lapse finalist.

    NOCTURNAL is a project I put together for the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year Competition. This year for the first time they decided to include a category for time lapse. Featuring the dark night skies of the southern hemisphere, in the remote wilderness of New Zealand.
    Music: M83: Undimmed by Time, Unbound by Death

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  5. 'Mainland New Zealand' is a compilation of some stunning landscape scenes showcasing the South Island's natural and unspoiled beauty. In this short movie, you will see the pristine aqua-coloured waters and the moody skies of Fiordland, stormy clouds near Mount Cook, and some oddly shaped granite boulders in the Te Anau Basin. The vivid autumn tones and backcountry dams of Central Otago also feature along with a rare and colourful display of the Auroroa Australis. By the way, if you weren't already aware, the term 'Mainland' is a South Islanders' name for the South Island of New Zealand.

    This production took six months with some 6000 kilometers traveled over 5 weeks during April and May of 2015. Over 30 clips come together in this 4 minute movie with beautifully matched music that evokes majestic grandeur and drama to the captured scene.

    Mainland New Zealand has used the latest advanced multi-axis, motion-controlled time lapse gadgets, rails, an auto exposure ramping device, and a focus puller just to make this production that little more dynamic. A 'Behind the Scenes' movie can be seen here:

    Thanks in advance for your 'likes', 'shares' and comments - they are all greatly appreciated :)

    Clips are available for licensing in HD or 4K. Large format (329x483mm) prints are also available on Hahnemühle FineArt archival paper using non-fade Epson UltraChrome K3 inks. Please contact me through Facebook.

    Gear used: Nikon D810, Nikon D700, Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 & 24-70 f2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, Lee SW-150 with Nisi 150mm square polarizer, Dynamic Perception Stage Zero, Stage One, Stage R, NMX and MX2 controllers, Emotimo TB3 Black, RamperPro, ZenFocus, DSLR Dashboard, LRTimelapse, Adobe Lightroom, After Effects, and Premiere Pro.

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    Music: Bernini's Angels (LXD Mix), Kerry Muzzey (Licensed through The Music Bed).

    Credits: Alan & Louise McHattie, Steve Baird, Stuart Pearson, Bruce Sinclair, my mum, my boss (for the days off !), Bevan Percival, colleagues and friends. Thanks to you all for your support !

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