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The World's Story is Yours to Tell
Are you interested in timelapses? So are we! Let's show the world in motion. Feel free to share your time lapse plans for 12.12.12, discuss techniques, and view your peers creations!
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Latest Activity: Jan 31
Union Square in a minute. from Fablantis on Vimeo.
Rotation of the World from David Aufdembrinke on Vimeo.
I'm inspired by the One Day on Earth project to propose something special created by this group as a collaborative effort. The other part of my inspiration is this John Muir quote:The grand show is…Continue
Started by Mike Lewinski Jan 3.
Welcome to the group - Time Lapses Around the World on 10.10.10!Go ahead and use this space to share your footage and discuss techniques...Continue
Started by Alex Coffey. Last reply by Husam Al-Sayed Sep 17, 2010.
Hi everyone. I just uploaded my time lapse of dawn on Raspberry Ridge. One issue I had though was the sky getting too bright and peaking out the zebra pattern. I stopped down the aperture a few times, but had to chase this in color correction in post. You can still see a number of light changes on the clip. Anyone have an idea to what would be a good f-stop to capture the subtle light at the beginning, and not blow out the highlights at the end of a sunrise?
My project about the beginning of the Cologne Carnival
Basketball during our break time in Japan. Just a way to shoot the breeze.
San Francisco on 11.11.11*
*Please excuse my artistic license: the Bay shots were taken a few days later (I needed the footage as an establishing shot).
Here is my submission! The camera ran out of batteries half way through, so it switched to the built in camera, but it was fixed.
link for my time lapse shot in Iceland
Here is time lapse shot taken in Iceland on 11.11.11
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