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6/25/2018 7:04:05 PM
Posted: 7/11/2018 9:32:55 PM EDT
Video!!

Post 'em if you got 'em.





The cool thing about this one is that about 1:15 you'll see this wisp of smoke move across the frame; that's from a wildfire started by lightning a mile or so away.






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I'd love to, but there's currently no point in trying due to my internet. I have to put photos up at 1/8th resolution just to get them uploading. Been trying to dropbox a file for Zack for nearly a week and the connection keeps stalling out. Although it is 7-10mb/s up and up to 1mb/s up, but usually closer to .5-.7 mb/s max.



So I'll live through you guys.
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Here's the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel.

23 miles in 23 seconds. With a break for sightseeing!

Link Posted: 7/17/2018 8:39:16 AM EDT
Wow, a lot of these are just so mesmerizing, very tranquil.

Question for those who have posted, what camera are you using to do these time lapse? DSLR, GoPro, other? I assume processing in Lightroom/Photoshop?
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Link Posted: 7/18/2018 8:35:53 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GlockSpeed31:
Wow, a lot of these are just so mesmerizing, very tranquil.

Question for those who have posted, what camera are you using to do these time lapse? DSLR, GoPro, other? I assume processing in Lightroom/Photoshop?
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Some are purely from a GoPro, a 3+ Silver and a 5 Black. And some are a combination of GoPro and DSLR.

The rock climbing timelapse was purely ad hoc. Showed up with a DSLR, bunch of lenses, two tripods, two GoPros ... and no memory cards.

Found one slower microSD in the 3+, but didn't have the SD adapter to use it in my DSLR, so I put it in the Hero5B, set to timelapse, because the bitrate was too slow for 4k video. And the GoPro was oriented in portait mode purely for stills. It was only after I edited the best still that I went back and rotated and cropped the series to make it look like a timelapse video.

The sleeping bag timelapse was with a H5B. Tried doing it with a DSLR, but just couldnt get enough DOF for the viewer to be able to tell it's a sleeping bag ... better detail in the sky, though, than with the GoPro.

Some of the scenes with moving star trails we're compiled using StarStax using the 'save after each image' setting.

With the nighttime stuff, sometimes I was after a single, compiled image, but the stars were either overwhelming, or too much moving cloud cover ... so the footage was simply turned into a moving timelapse instead ... or vice versa.
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All mine are from a GoPro or Virb, GoPro was with a Session or Hero 6.

Editing was all done with the GoPro Studio software (free), but I think it's no longer available becasue they want you to use that dumb-ass Quik software.

I'm trying out HitFilm Express, but the learning curve is steep.
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