Good morning folks, I've been poking around and learning on the forum the past few months, first post though. I just want to thank all of you for your insight, sharing, and knowledge. Photography has always been a hobby since I purchased a Canon D30 in 2003, than the original Rebel, a 30D, and finally a 7D. When looking into the 7D I stumbled upon a Philip Bloom and was blown away with his video work done with 7D's and 5D's. I never thought much about video, but was instantly hooked and shortly after found Tom Lowe and Timescapes which blew me away once again! Naturally, I've started to begin playing around with my 7D and doing some video and timelapse experiments. Here are my first two timelapse attempts. I learned form both of them and enjoyed the process. Next up is going to be to try to develop a story as opposed to random timelapses!
Any input is appreciated, I found the moonrise difficult, as when I started (as you can see) the images were pretty well balanced, but as the moon rose, the picture got dramatically brighter. I had taken down the brightness and boosted the contrast a little on the entire thing. The other clips are all unedited other than some post-zoom effects.
Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:18 am
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Re: First Timelapses, Introduction, and Thanks!
Just a follow up, the second video my friend Jason came along and had some input and ideas as well (it was his first time).
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