Here’s a first – a non photography related post. This one is for the audio post production pros only as I outline a new project I created to solve a problem with complicated audio projects in Pro Tools.
Oops, shot this over a year ago in Cardiff Bay Wetlands and forgot to post it. It was due to become part of a larger timelapse project that hit the rails when my iMac died last April.
It was shot on the iPhone 4S using the Timelapse App on the Appstore.
Using a tip from Crumblepop this was shot on our recent trip to the South African Low veld where we were lucky enough to watch a female leopard hunting warthog.
Sustrans, a UK charity aimed at promoting sustainable transportation methods, ran a competition to celebrate 15 years of the National Cycle network. The aim of the competition was to produce a short video explaining what the cycle network means to you.
I roped in fellow cyclist and work colleague, Robin and made him ride up and down and backwards and forwards to get the shots we needed to make our film.
In previous articles I have mentioned that it has not been possible to process Infrared shots in directly in Photoshop RAW, due to White Balance issues. Now it seems, that is not the case.
I’ve done one of these before, with a different plant and a different camera.
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Welcome to the third and final part of this series of blog posts where we deconstruct a video I made using frames from a series of star trails images. So far we’ve covered simple time lapse image sequences, we’ve looked at summing sequences and now for something a bit more complex. Read the rest of this entry »