1. GONAT`S - performance snack

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    GONAT`S der weltweit erste funktionelle Snack mit allen pflanzlichen Vitaminen. Belebt Muskeln und erfrischt den Geist. Handgemacht in Tirol. Snack´ das Beste rein und hol` da Beste raus in deinen Körper und aus deinem Leben. Go natural auf www.gonats.at

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    • Sunset, Milky Way, Moonrise, and Sunrise at Caribou Wind Park

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      from Aaron Priest / Added

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      On the night of April 12, 2014 I shot a “holy grail” timelapse video for a client of the Caribou Wind Park near Bathurst, New Brunswick in Canada. The wind farm consists of thirty three turbines and puts out 99 megawatts when all of them are running. It’s called the “holy grail” of timelapses because shooting from sunset to the Milky Way is usually 20 stops or more and beyond the metering capability of the camera, and thus quite difficult to smoothly adjust and expose for (this particular sequence has a 23 stop range from 15 EV to -7 EV). However, I wanted to go even further and shoot something special for the client, capturing the sunset into the Milky Way, plus a moonrise, and then the sunrise! Because of the weather and remoteness of the site (and needing to schedule an employee to be onsite with us), we had one night to pull it off and limited time for scouting. They still had four feet of snow and eight foot snowbanks up there, so it was challenging to get around and find a suitable location with a southeastern view (about 138° on the compass dial) and good composition. I used PhotoPills extensively on my iPhone to figure out compass headings, altitudes, and times of the sun, moon, and Milky Way movement. Running out of time, I settled on this vantage point up a steep hill and backed into the woods as far as I could get without the tree branches encroaching on the scene too much. I figured it might help shelter the camera from wind and frost as well. The windmill tower is 80 meters tall, with a rotor diameter of 90 meters, so even 62 meters away with a 14mm lens I found it challenging to fit the entire windmill in the scene, especially after cropping to 16:9 ratio for a video! A lot of planning goes into a timelapse like this. Because the snow was so deep, I skipped the slider and eMotimo and shot a static timelapse scene. There was really nowhere to pan anyway without losing the windmill, sun, moon, or Milky Way out of frame. I packed a bunch of snow down to make a stable platform for the tripod (Really Right Stuff TVC-34L and BH-40 ballhead) and put everything else in a covered bucket to keep it warm and dry for the night. I used a Ramper Pro to handle the exposure ramping, with a DewNot dew heater on the lens on a DewBuster controller, powered by a car battery jump starter. I started shooting at 7:35 PM for sunset and let it run until I retrieved it at 9:44 AM, reversing everything around 11:40 PM for moonrise and sunrise. I used an interval of 20 seconds with a Milky Way exposure of f/2.8, ISO 4000, and 17.45 second shutter speed for sharp stars on a Nikon D810 and 14-24mm f/2.8 (my favorite night sky lens). In 14 hours and 9 minutes it captured 2,404 photos for an 80 second video clip @ 30fps. The light behind the windmill and down the hill is coming from the electrical substation, and conveniently lit up the windmills quite nicely! I beta tested LRTimelapse 4 with the Ramper Pro’s .xmp files for this sequence, and Lightroom 6 came out in the middle of editing (LRTimelapse 4 was officially released shortly thereafter), so the final render was done with Lightroom 6. I love that gradients can be masked now with a selective brush! LRTimelapse 4 also makes changing the exposure of a timelapse with the Ramper Pro’s deflickering much easier than before. Exporting in Lightroom 6 is multithreaded now, when before I had to queue up 3 or 4 simultaneous exports to fully saturate the CPU threads and SSD RAID array. Not everything is faster in Lightroom 6 though I’ve noticed, in fact gradients might even be slower now to process. I couldn’t fit all of the footage on the SSDs, so I worked with 2048px wide lossy DNGs as a proxy on the SSDs to speed up the editing process, copying the .xmp files to the folder of RAW files on hard drives for the final export to 16-bit TIFFs (which took 13hrs and 465GB of storage, almost as much time as it took to shoot it!). Rendering the TIFFs to 4K ProRes 422HQ for the client with After Effects was a bit faster at around 4hrs, and weighs in at about 8.6GB. I have some timelapse and night sky workshops coming up in Acadia National Park if you are interested. Three spots left for the night sky workshop next weekend, and two spots left for the timelapse workshop in June! Visit http://acadiaimages.com for more details.

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      • The Daily Freak - Festive Celebration

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        Learn what planning a festive celebration, a dinner or a party has to do with you living a magical day.

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        • KilroyMaggy_GEO104_PlaNYC

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          This is a brief, artistic video about Bloomberg's plaNYC to de Blasio's OneNYC campaigns for New York City.

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          • [ Motion Graphics ] 140 Flash FX Elements

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            After Effects Template / Project ... DOWNLOAD this project via this link: http://goo.gl/1gtvKK then Contact me: and get a BONUS project! ...

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            • Energy Efficiency Bill Becomes Law with Bipartisan Support - The Minute

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              In an unusual display of bipartisan policymaking on progressive energy policy, the U.S. Congress has passed an energy efficiency bill and President Obama has signed it into law. Two rare political types, moderate Democratic Senator Jean Shaheen of New Hampshire, and moderate Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio sponsored the Energy Efficiency Improvement Act. The legislation promotes the benchmarking and disclosure of commercial building energy use. It also establishes a voluntary “Tenant Star” program to promote energy efficiency in rental property by incentivizing tenants to voluntarily reduce energy consumption. A technical but important provision adjusts efficiency standards for grid-connected water heaters so that those devices needed for demand response and thermal storage programs can continue to be sold. It is hoped that the combination of voluntary participation and the new benchmarking and disclosure standards will encourage property owners and building managers to upgrade old and inefficient HVAC equipment at a faster rate, and to invest in new, more comprehensive HVAC system control technology. That’s good for business, and good policy. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1FLv8cx © 2015 | 3BL Media| All Rights Reserved

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              • Meditation Pure Energy

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                video marti_j www.facebook.com/lefo.bg

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                • Lumen Solar

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                  • Next Generation Solar Window Candle at www.ledlightingautomation.com

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                    from Edward Heffner / Added

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                    When the lights go out will you be in the dark? www.ledlightingautomation.com

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                    • Green Network - Regata

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