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Missing Image Storm Chasing Film Created with DSLR's
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Missing Image The Digital Photo Workshop - Weekend Photo Workshops
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Missing Image Filmed with the Canon 5D Mark III: John Pomp Studios | Glass Blower & Lighting Designer
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Missing Image Cinematic Stories - A Year in Timelapse, New for 2012
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Missing Image Cinematic Time-lapse Techniques with Cameratown's Ron Risman
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Missing Image Filmed with Canon DSLRs - BTS Promo Film for REV'IT! Sports International
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Missing Image Dreams Come True
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Missing Image Nikon D4 HD Movie - Why Athletes
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Missing Image Glidetrack MobiSlyder Video Review
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Missing Image Supermoon Rising on the Coast of Maine
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Missing Image Converge. An Interview with Philip Bloom
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Missing Image The Story Beyond the Still - All Chapters - FINAL Collaboration Film
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Missing Image DSLR Cinema - The new dawn of filmmaking?
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Missing Image Where the Money is in the Video Industry: The Demand For Video
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Missing Image Tutorial 9 - Blue + Green Screen for Filmmaking / Cinematography
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Missing Image Trailer: Heart of the Equestrian (Filmed with Canon 5D/7D)
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Missing Image NYC DSLR Meetup from September 2, 2010
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Missing Image Essential Kit ~ Patrick Moreau and Michael Gebbens
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Missing Image Rodney Charters ASC Canon Body Cinematographer
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Missing Image IN[FOCUS] 2011 - January 24-26th - New Orleans
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Missing Image How to Shoot ENG Style with Dual System Audio on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Missing Image Stillmotion's guide to lenses for weddings and events
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Missing Image Hands-On Preview of the New JAG35 DSLR Shoulder Rig
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Missing Image The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing (Abridged) Part 2
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Missing Image The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing (Abridged) Part 1
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Missing Image DIY Camera Stabilizer - BodyPod
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Missing Image $20 DIY DSLR Shoulder Mount Rig - Offset
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Missing Image Tips on Shooting a Black Background
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Missing Image Controlling Exposure with a Fader ND
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Missing Image Tutorial 3 - Lighting - Shot Design - Cinematography
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Missing Image Cinematography Tips for Video Lighting #2 (Interview Lighting)
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Missing Image Cinematography Tips for Video Lighting #1
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Missing Image Keyframe Fundamentals
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Missing Image Create a Film Flash Transition in Premiere Pro 2.0
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Missing Image Create an Adanved Photo Montage in Premiere Pro
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Missing Image Premiere Pro 2.0 - Create Photo Montage
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Missing Image How to convert Canon 5dmk2 footage from 30p to 24p
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Missing Image Cinematography / Film Look / Lighting / Shot Design - Tutorial # 2
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Missing Image Video Samples Shot Using the New indiSLIDERmini and EOS 7D
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Missing Image Cinematography / Film Look / Shot Design - Tutorial # 1
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Missing Image DIY Steadicam - Flying Camera Support
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The footage was captured using 5 cameras: Sony A7RII, Sony RX10III, Canon 5DMKIII, DJI Osmo, and GoPro Hero 3. One of the biggest challenges for capturing timelapse was the fact that there was no time to setup. When storm chasing we tried to stay Southeast of the storm - ahead of the rain and hail. When the van stopped and we were allowed to get out, we usually only had 1-3 minutes before we had to keep moving to stay ahead of the storm. This meant shooting timelapse at fast 1 second intervals, and having the camera on the tripod, pre-focused and ready to go the minute the van doors were open.
 
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