1. Glenshee Ski Area

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    from Barry / Added

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    This time-lapse movie is about the Glenshee Ski Area and surrounding mountains. It was made over a period of 3 weeks and the amount of snow varied from week to week. Its the first time I have taken my time-lapse photo equipment up chair/poma lifts and skied with it. The Dynamic Perception Stage R has proved to be very useful and easy to carry. Hope you like and it's a great area in winter and summer.

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    • Time, Space, and Motion -Motion Controlled Time Lapse-

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      from Nao Tharp / Added

      Thank you for watching. This demo piece is comprised of time lapse footage of beautiful State of California shot exclusively with motion controlled time lapse dolly / pan / tilt system which I began incorporating a year ago. The first part of the video takes you on a journey through desolated Southern California high desert where night skies provide ideal condition for astrophotography time lapse. Each shot is a sped up sequence of still images with exposure time of 13 to 30 seconds per a single frame out of 30 in one second worth of video. Every clips are shot with the mechanical motion control dolly and pan/tilt head making almost unnoticeable moves over space in between frames, creating the natural three dimensional sense of field. The second part features cityscape form Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, and other California cities. Cityscape time lapse is comparatively less time consuming due to less exposure time for each shot; about 2 to 8 second for night time and 1 to 3 seconds for daytime shots. Shot, Edited, and Music by Nao Tharp [Equipment] Camera: Nikon D610, Canon 6D Lenses: Rokinon 24mm f1.4, Bower 14mm f2.8 Motion Control System: Linear Motion Labs 6' dolly, Dynamic Perception MX3 Controller, Alpine Labs Radian x2 for tilt & pan Software: Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Premier CC ***All clips available in HD, 4K, 5K, and 6K at:*** http://www.pond5.com/stock-video-footage/1/artist%3Anaotharp.html Please inquire via email about licencing and bulk purchases at: naotharp@gmail.com Special Thanks to: Lovemushroom Studio, Mount Airy Films, Linear Motion Labs ©2015 Nao Tharp Productions - All Rights Reserved.

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      • Welcome to Aarhus

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        from Jonas Høholt / Added

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        Follow me here: www.hoholtphoto.com or https://www.flickr.com/photos/jonashoholt/with/15717559455/ Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, is known for portraying danish art in many various ways, so I decided to create a different kind of art by combining hyperlapse and timelapse to produce the impression of the rapid movement of the city. My goal with this video is to show how I see the city through my eyes when I walk the streets of Aarhus. Each sequence and the whole video is available in both 1080p and 2160p (4K) by sending me a request. Music: Tony Anderson - Hope Extended (with license) check him out at www.tonyandersonmusic.com

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        • Parks and Red Rock

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          from Michael Hathenbruck / Added

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          Southern Utah and Eastern Nevada Music: Scott Holmes - Close To The Distance Photography Assistant: Cristin Poloni

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          • Ark-La-Miss Fair 2014

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            from Jeff Hartman / Added

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            Ark-La-Miss Fair 2014 in Monroe, LA eMotiomo TB3 Black, DP Stage Zero

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            • School

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              from Jeff Hartman / Added

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              Timelapse collaboration with Candice Payne and Brian Crittenden. Emotimo TB3 Black, DP Stage Zero and Stage One

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              • Continuous batteries for time lapse shoots

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                from Stephen Patience Photography / Added

                I had an issue where my battery ran out of juice recently after 3 hours of shooting the Milky Way. Without a bigger battery, I needed a means to connect a second battery that would not interfere with the current settings. I sourced the appropriate connectors and my brother helped me solder up this power splitter . His advice was that both batteries should not be connected for any great length of time - something to do with current flow. There are problems getting lithium batteries shipped around the world and I cannot purchase them from Amazon etc because of this. This option is an ideal alternative that works and is inexpensive. I haven't seen anything commercially made but the parts are easily sourced from an electrical outlet. I'm not an expert on this but they're wired in 'series'. A little bit of 'know-how' and a multi-meter is essential.

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                • Motion Timelapse DEMO

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                  from Brian / Added

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                  A collection of some of my recent successful and less successful work at motion timelapse.

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                  • Gronau In Motion

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                    from Christian Meer / Added

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                    • Open Road

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                      from Brian Guice Media / Added

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                      October 2014, I set out solo on a road trip across Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and California. Had a handful of locations in mind, but no real plan. Would arrive in afternoon, shoot from then through sunrise, pack up and hit the road. Everyday new weather and landscapes. Music: Do Make Say Think Bound to Be That Way You, You're a History in Rust

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