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danwatt
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2/11/2014
danwatt
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Hello, I've been spending the last few weekends in Anza Borrego putting this timelapse together, thought I'd share. There are a few scenes from Death Valley, Palomar Mountain and Joshua Tree but my favorite clips are from Anza. Included is the Wind Caves, Fish Creek (north fork), Fonts Point and Arroyo Tapiado. Figured I'd share since this forum has been a good source of info.


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2/11/2014
surfponto
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Welcome to the forum
Your video is a great intro.

Hope you will be posting more Toast

danwatt wrote:
Hello, I've been spending the last few weekends in Anza Borrego putting this timelapse together, thought I'd share. There are a few scenes from Death Valley, Palomar Mountain and Joshua Tree but my favorite clips are from Anza. Included is the Wind Caves, Fish Creek (north fork), Fonts Point and Arroyo Tapiado. Figured I'd share since this forum has been a good source of info.



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ziphius
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ziphius
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Excellent Dan. Welcome aboard. Looks like you've got the software ability to add in panning during post-processing. What's the camera set-up? I'm starting to use my NEX-6 for time lapse ... need to get out to the desert ASAP! smile - Jim

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danwatt
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2/11/2014
danwatt
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No software used for panning at all, just editing. All movement was done on sliders and mounts that I've built.
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anutami
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anutami
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Very, very, very cool. Thanks so much for sharing! I thought I was watching the national geographic channel smile
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ziphius
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danwatt wrote:
No software used for panning at all, just editing. All movement was done on sliders and mounts that I've built.


Old-school. Even more impressive. smile

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2/11/2014
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Very nice. Great video. Would love to see more. Tom
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Very nice....love all of the Milky Way shots.....thanks for sharing, hope to see more!

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hikerdmb
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2/12/2014
hikerdmb
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Nice film. I like the racetrack shot. Welcome to the forum.
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abschmitt
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Very cool, love the music....I need to try this now Applause
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