Budapest, Hungary | Canon 60d

Budapest, Hungary | Canon 60d

Filmed and edited by Valery Gusev
Music by Koan Sound & Asa
Budapest, Hungary
Shot on Canon 60d mainly with Sigma 30mm f/1.4, Zenitar 16mm f/2.8 fisheye, GoPro Hero 3+
January 2015

This video is about my girlfriend’s and mine short trip to Budapest, Hungary in January 2015. Budapest is attractive underestimated European capital with its own spirit. Thermal baths are really awesome, especially outside in winter.


This is my first video shot using DSLR.
The Budapest video has been shot on Canon 60d using two lenses Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and Zenitar 16mm f/2.8. Because of the 1.6 crop factor of 60d images look not so much distortive from fisheye lens, I like them a lot. Shots in Szechenyi thermal baths were made on GoPro 3+. Every shot has been made handheld without a tripod.


I’ve made this video using Final Cut Pro X. This is amazing software to organize and set your shots in to the right place. All the steady images you see were made in post using After Effects Warp stabilizer. In my subjective opinion, Warp stabilizer from AE works much better than FCPX’s proprietary stabilizer. Unfortunately, it is a little a hard work to put in place all the shots using FCPX then stabilize them in AE then put them back to FCPX again.


Here are some pictures from Budapest

Cast: Valeriy Gusev

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