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Filming for over an hour on a hill in Windsor, Ontario. Camera: BMPCC Filmed RAW in film mode Graded with Resolve Exported and uploaded as Prores 422 Music: "What Would You Do?" by Mike Cerveni https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oz8WnbpoDA+ More details
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Un simple Clip que quería compartir este mes. Recuerden, cada momento es único, valioso, irrepetible... Valorar, respetar y agradecer siempre cada momento de la vida es indispensable. Muchas MOMENTOS necesitan del transcurso del TIEMPO para ser entendidos. La paciencia también es importante. Música: How Does It Feel (Avril Lavigne)+ More details
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Last September I walked by the dining room window and saw a Pileated Woodpecker in a dead snag, about 75’ from the house. The tree was diseased and in danger of hitting the house, so a couple of years ago we had it topped, but left it standing – just for the woodpeckers. I cracked the window and slipped the scope out the window, and videoed him creating what appeared to be a new cavity, but he ended up making just a shallow depression. Six months passed, and I saw him only occasionally. In March I looked out and he was back working very seriously on his well-aged starter cavity. He worked for a couple of days, excavating an enormous amount of wood. During the time he was still excavating the cavity, I looked out one morning to see him at the cavity, but his crest was up and he clearly didn’t want to go in. He hopped around the tree, came back, looked in, raised his crest, and left. Later in the day we say him working on the cavity again. We thought there might have been a rat snake in the cavity, so that afternoon, after he'd "knocked off" for the day, we went out and were about to wrap the base of the tree with some nylon mesh we use to protect nests from snakes, and saw that there was a fresh, broken egg on the ground at the base of the tree. Apparently a Wood Duck was in the cavity laying an egg, even before the Woodpecker had finished it. The most important tree in the woods is a snag, and the most important bird is the woodpecker. I hope you enjoy this, it was a lot of fun to film and edit.+ More details
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Tributo a la tierra de Don Quijote, llena de gente amable y paisajes hermosos. All Time Lapse sequences and video where shot by Fidel Garcia, at location in the Castilla La Mancha, Spain, specifically: - Campo de Criptana - Palazuelos - Carabias - Atienza - Castillo de Calatrava - Consuegra Equipment used: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Canon EOS 6D EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye TC80N3 Timer Remote Control GoPro® HERO3 Production software: Time lapse sequences: VideoVelocity Time-Lapse Studio. Also very friendly and with great results. A bit pricy though (The free version is very limited). Get it at candylabs.com/videovelocity Video editing: NCH's VideoPad Video Editor. Very convenient for beginners. I'm finding it a bit limited now, and will begin searching for one with a wider arrange of options. Música: Ambient AudioPizza © All Rights Reserved AudioPizza+ More details
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Film door De Rick Bram Muziek: Fleetwood Mac - Dreams (Deepend rework) - soundcloud.com/deependmusic Werkwijze: Elke timelapse is gemaakt in Panolapse, vervolgens zijn de timelapses aan elkaar gehangen in Premiere Pro. De credits zijn gemaakt in Photoshop. Deze film werd gemaakt als oefening binnen een leeromgeving en heeft geen enkel commercieel doel.+ More details
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