Travel Video II: SEKINCHAN

Travel Video II: SEKINCHAN

A “one-day-trip” travel to explore the beauty of Sekinchan,
a small town located in the state of Selangor, Malaysia, with friends,
on 29th December 2012.

Shot & Edited By: Sim Shoong Kun (Me)
Camera Equipment: Canon EOS 600D
Music Credits: Just The Way You Are – Bruno Mars (Instrumental Version)

2012 Simplicity Studio, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Cast: sim.plicity

Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice

Garry B. made the musicpiece ‘Winter Solstice’. Days are short, wet and grey now, but two weeks ago we had some nice winterdays with frost and snow. Time to go up early again and enjoy a great view from the ‘Molenbrug’ in Kampen and make a walk along the river Ijssel towards Wilsum . The shots of ice skating were made in march 2012 in Westenholte (Zwolle)

Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

To hear more of Garry’s music, please go to: soundcloud.com/garry-b

Cast: Ben and Garry B

Pan Asia

Pan Asia

Impressions from our last trip to south east. 🙂

Music done by myself. (c) 2011

Shot with a 7D, all handheld, unfortunately no IS….Enjoy!
If you like this, you might like this (newer one) as well: vimeo.com/47767166

BIG THANKS TO ALL YOUR LOVELY COMMENTS OUT THERE!!!! yeehaaa :)))
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reUP: Rec.709 color fixed

Cast: Paul Wex

Seattle in Motion

Seattle in Motion

This video was created from around 3600 individual photos shot in the spring, summer, and fall of 2012.

After several years and hundreds of sequences of traditional time lapse, I was looking for a way to challenge myself and grow. I started learning to capture in the motion time lapse (hyperlapse) technique, where I move the camera slightly –usually around 12 inches (~30 cm) — for hundreds of times (between every interval). This creates an artificial parallax, and it was exciting to explore this new way of thinking, seeing, moving, and capturing.

At first, I was doing hand-held captures and moving between each shot, but after a while I began using a tripod and moving that along a path, so that I could drag the shutter and get more of the motion blur effect that I like for my time lapse work.

Each motion time lapse capture session is a little like a performance, because so many things have to go perfectly or the whole sequence fails… Usually I had to set the intervalometer to about 10 or 12 seconds, and then hope I could move the tripod, level up the shot, get the center exactly replicated — before the intervalometer took the shot. Many times that didn’t work out ! After a couple of months, I could get in a rhythm with this and had more success. This is a work in progress — but I really like the way it has given me a new way of working and of exploring space when making my time lapse pieces… I look at the world differently now.

Website: timeframesvideo.com
Facebook: facebook.com/timeframesvideo
Twitter: twitter.com/timeframesvideo

Cast: Edward Aites (edvard brun)

Seattle in Motion

Seattle in Motion

This video was created from around 3600 individual photos shot in the spring, summer, and fall of 2012.

After several years and hundreds of sequences of traditional time lapse, I was looking for a way to challenge myself and grow. I started learning to capture in the motion time lapse (hyperlapse) technique, where I move the camera slightly –usually around 12 inches (~30 cm) — for hundreds of times (between every interval). This creates an artificial parallax, and it was exciting to explore this new way of thinking, seeing, moving, and capturing.

At first, I was doing hand-held captures and moving between each shot, but after a while I began using a tripod and moving that along a path, so that I could drag the shutter and get more of the motion blur effect that I like for my time lapse work.

Each motion time lapse capture session is a little like a performance, because so many things have to go perfectly or the whole sequence fails… Usually I had to set the intervalometer to about 10 or 12 seconds, and then hope I could move the tripod, level up the shot, get the center exactly replicated — before the intervalometer took the shot. Many times that didn’t work out ! After a couple of months, I could get in a rhythm with this and had more success. This is a work in progress — but I really like the way it has given me a new way of working and of exploring space when making my time lapse pieces… I look at the world differently now.

Website: timeframesvideo.com
Facebook: facebook.com/timeframesvideo
Twitter: twitter.com/timeframesvideo

Cast: Edward Aites (edvard brun)

Moving through Venice

Moving through Venice

A hyperlapse tour through a few of the iconic locations in Venice

Follow the ‘Round the World in Timelapse’ project at facebook.com/gtimage

If you like this Hyperlapse movie – please take a look at these as well:
vimeo.com/gtimage/hermitage
vimeo.com/gtimage/stpetersburg
vimeo.com/gtimage/cloudgate

Cast: geoff tompkinson

Autumn in Fukui, Japan

Autumn in Fukui, Japan

Filmed and edited between Sep ’12 – Nov ’12 mainly in Fukui, Japan but also features a few shots from Tokyo, Kanazawa, Ishikawa and Nagaoka, Niigata.

Filmed handheld entirely on the Olympus OM-D with 12-35mm 2.8, 12mm 2.0, 20mm 1.7, 45mm 1.8. Only the halloween scenes were filmed on the iPhone 5.

Thanks to all the people that took me to these amazing places and had to deal with me stopping and shooting every few minutes. You know who you were.

Music by Phantogram – Turning into stone

Cast: Nam Tran