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A magical timelapse film on Barcelona, Spain. Shot in September 2013 with the latest in timelapse techniques hyperlapse, panolapse, and HDR.
I filmed this over a week in Maui, Hawaii. Originally I had intended to just relax here, but I soon found the beauty of the place too inspiring not to shoot!
Some parts of Maui are really spectacular - the “Road to Hana” is miles of lush jungle and Haleakala Crater is a vast desertscape. I only wish I had more time.
The video was edited in Premiere. Timelapse sequences were done with the Panolapse program to create the panning motion.
Critiques & comments welcome!
Here’s a wonderful panolapse video shot over 1 week in Maui, Hawaii.
Glacial shows off Alaska in all its frozen glory in an adventure from the Inside Passage into the wild mountains of Denali National Park. https://vimeo.com/72385274
Filmed over 2 weeks, “Glacial” is a beautiful journey into Alaska’s Denali National Park and the Inside Passage. Definitely should be watched in HD.
Blend from one frame to another seamlessly in your timelapse videos with RAWBlend. Set keyframe images, and let RAWBlend interpolate the metadata settings (such as exposure, color temperature, contrast, etc) between images. Use AutoExposure to analyze your file metadata for changes in aperture, shutter-speed, and ISO, and automatically adjust exposure to the level needed to create a smooth video. Shoot at any setting and get perfect exposure every frame.
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A few sequences of astral time-lapses, made with a new program Panolapse that uses perspective warping to add motion to time-lapses.
Panolapse works much like other panoramic viewers, only it does so while moving through a sequence of photographs, creating the illusion of a moving camera. In addition to the regular sliding movement, Panolapse corrects the wide angle lens distortion to create panning illusion, so it works best with wide angle lenses. The results are very interesting.
Panolapse is a revolutionary tool for adding rotational panning motion to time-lapse videos and images.