1. District Nights


    from Drew Geraci (District 7 Media) / Added

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    www.TheVoder.com Follow on twitter- http://twitter.com/#!/TheVoder ©2011 Andrew S. Geraci all rights reserved. Do not use this material without licensing and permission. This piece is all about DC at dusk and night -- concentrating on the monuments and historial buildings on the mall. During the making of this time-lapse, I was hassled/stopped 27 times by DC police and received 5 parking tickets. That's pretty much how it goes in DC. With help from my buddy Drew Breese, Russ Scalf, and a few unnamed sources we were able to complete this production... even if it was slightly behind schedule. It took nearly 3 months to film the sunsets -- since DC weather isn't always the best. For the production, I used a combination of standard frames, tone-mapping, and traditional HDR (on a few shots). It's quite the mixture. I hope you enjoy this piece and DC just as much as I do. Shot on: Canon 5D Mark II Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II Canon 50mm f/1.4 Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Adobe After Effects CS5.5 Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Music by: Silence - 'Larms" www.TheVoder.com

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    • HDR Timelapse Tutorial: Part 2


      from Drew Geraci (District 7 Media) / Added

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      (View full screen to see better) ***Update*** Here's the batch HDR script for photoshop; http://www.thephotographicnovel.com/autostack.htm *** This is part 2 of 2, of the HDR Timelapse Tutorial series. You'll learn how to batch process your HDR images in HDR Expose and then import them into Adobe After Effects to complete the timelapse. This tutorial will teach you, -How to pre-batch process your images to save time -How to create a custom recipe in HDR Expose -How to batch merge your HDR images -How to batch process your merged images with recipe -How to import and edit in Adobe After Effects -How to use curves to make your timelapse pop I rely on your feedback to keep these tutorials going, so any type of constructive criticism is always welcome! If you enjoyed this tutorial and learned something please like it! Thanks and enjoy making your HDR Timelapse.

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      • Creating Dynamic Pans in your Timelapse


        from Drew Geraci (District 7 Media) / Added

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        This is the first video tutorial released by Drew Geraci at TheVoder.com, to help you create a more dynamic and professional looking time-lapse. Here's what you'll learn in this tutorial: -How to batch process your images to save system resources -How to create a dynamic link between Premiere and After Effects -How to create a camera and null object within After Effects to apply to your time-lapse -How to create a pan (or zoom) in your time-lapse Check us out at for more tutorials. (Coming soon). ... and If you like what you've seen, please leave a comment or "like" this. We love feedback and want to hear your ideas. Thanks!

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