..with a subtle point. I think there is another message in this video by [MTS]FILMS, but I am not exactly sure what it is… Take a few moments and watch the video on Vimeo:
Actually, the narrator makes a very good point: Who cares what equipment and skills you may or may not have… Just get out there and shoot! (I need to take his advice!)
I Stumbleuponed this interesting perspective on stellar timelapse photography. Most keep the Earth stationary and let the stars rotate, but this one flips that: Let the Earth rotate and keep the stars stationary!
This unique timelapse is entertaining to watch, but I also feel that it offers an interesting glimpse into man’s desire to understand the cosmos….
So I broke out the intervalometer and the 7D on the drive home a few days back, and tried my first timelapse video using the Canon…
Click the pic for timelapse awesomeness!
I realize it needs a b it of work, but I learned a lot with this first test. I can see neutral density filters will come in handy, especially on bright and sunny days. I still need to play around a bit with shutter speed, ISO, and F-Stop, as well as post production… But that is the reason why we play around and try new things! I have an idea on what to try tomorrow… 🙂
Posted in Photography, Timelapse, Video
Tagged Arts, Digital single-lens reflex camera, Intervalometer, Photography, Post-production, QuickTime, Time-lapse, United States, Vimeo
Here is a creative timelapse video created by Shinnosuke.
I am a fan of both the creative Lensbaby systems, as well as timelapse videos. I am looking forward to experimenting with my 7D and Control Freak to creating stills, timelapse, and video. Shorts like these fill me with a lot of inspiration. Shinnosuke did a great job editing this video together, as well as capturing a night time skyline… Peaceful but energetic at the same time.