12.04.10

Timelapse Reel# 5

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The film was made on a Canon 5D Mk II shooting RAW full resolution stills frames one after another. A timer remote controller set the interval at which the camera shot. Among the lenses used was a Canon 24mm F1.4L, which was used for most of the star timelapse, a set of Zeiss ZF primes and a Nikon 80-200mm F2.8 zoom.

Andrew Walker is a photographer working out of California.

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  1. Visually stunning & impactive. The soundtrack enhances & intensifies the imagry. What a feat on a technical level. Leaves you wanting more!

    Comment made by: Artyphoto
    02.06.10 10:31:16

  2. Wonderful wonderful use of the camera. So nice to see a slightly different implimentation of movies instead of the HD stuff. Very clever.

    Comment made by: mullkv
    30.06.10 15:47:02


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