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 Timelapse/Hyperlapse - Clip "Jusqu'à" + BTS !! 
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Post Timelapse/Hyperlapse - Clip "Jusqu'à" + BTS !!
Hi guys!

Here it is!! ;)

I am really proud to present you........


The new (and first!!) video clip of Martin Cravatte!!

I had the pleasure to direct and edit it during this summer!

It was such a memorable project with tons of new experiments : timelapse, hyperlapse, clone, freeze frame, split screen, ...!!

It was so cool to have so much creative and artistic freedom! (Sometimes too much no need to say :lol:)

Can't wait to make more of this!!!!!

Please share it and like my new Facebook page if you want more of this!


Also, please take the time to write a comment if you have some technical/artistical advices or if you just like OR hate it! ;)

Shot with the super versatile and powerful Kessler Crane TLS and Second Shooter! :)
Camera : Panasonic GH3 with 7-14mm f4, 12-35mm f2.8 and 35-100mm f2.8
Software : LRTimelapse, Adobe After Effects and Quicktime Pro

And the making of!! ;)

Fri Sep 30, 2016 6:26 am
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Post Re: Timelapse/Hyperlapse - Clip "Jusqu'à" + BTS !!
OK, I can't believe nobody has commented yet. This is brilliant!I love the combination of realtime, timelapse, hyperlapse and multipass. It flows beautifully despite the multiple shooting techniques. I was especially surprised to see multipass outdoors in an uncontrolled environment. I assume there was some sort of fixed matte used in post so leaves moving in trees didn't ruin the composite. I see he is in front of static backgrounds while the trees are elsewhere in frame. This is a nice method of shooting multipass outdoors. More details on how this was done would be interesting.

Mon Oct 03, 2016 9:52 am

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Post Re: Timelapse/Hyperlapse - Clip "Jusqu'à" + BTS !!
Thank you for your kind words sciencelookers! (I just see your answer now) :-)

Yes there was effectively a lot of hard work put in post-production! I should have done a timelapse of my screen while editing this project! ;)

Tue Feb 28, 2017 2:36 pm
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