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experimental - day & night + gimbal + drone + hyperlapse
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Author:  pettypoh [ Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:41 pm ]
Post subject:  experimental - day & night + gimbal + drone + hyperlapse



Just completed a new timelapse video at iLight Marina Bay 2018 (event in Singapore)

Shot mainly on Nikon D7100

Experimented with slider, gimbal, hyperlapse, construction timelapse (multi-day)

Author:  sciencelookers [ Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:49 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: experimental - day & night + gimbal + drone + hyperlapse

Very impressive! The hyperlapse is very smooth, almost looks like the dolly shots only impossibly long. There is a lot of timelapse here. It must have taken a lot of time to set up and run all those clips. Did you have anyone who could watch one camera while you set up a different shot, or was it just you doing one shot after another for days? Were the zooms in-camera or added in post?

Author:  pettypoh [ Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:46 am ]
Post subject:  Re: experimental - day & night + gimbal + drone + hyperlapse

sciencelookers wrote:
Very impressive! The hyperlapse is very smooth, almost looks like the dolly shots only impossibly long. There is a lot of timelapse here. It must have taken a lot of time to set up and run all those clips. Did you have anyone who could watch one camera while you set up a different shot, or was it just you doing one shot after another for days? Were the zooms in-camera or added in post?


thanks! i was mainly shooting by myself, the construction of the installations were done for about 1 week plus, so i just went down to capture shots as and when convenient

i had a friend's help for the drone shots (coz i'm not familiar with drone), and another friend's company (when he went down to the event to test a new camera)

zooms - both in camera and in post, could you spot the difference? =)

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