Love that one Dave, especially having the shadow of the crane giving the extra level of movement- and so stable! Was that using the DR stabiliser!
It wasn’t bad to start with, but DR pinned it perfectly.
Great POV, I like this a lot the colours and the shadows make the shot, if only we had hour long batteries ;o)
Like it Dave
Was it video time laps or picture? have to ask and what if photo was the separation 1 sec?
love the colours looks a little like multi coloured dominoes on their side
I was trying several things to get an idea on the best way to get a longer version …. speeding up video (the one above is @ 5x) or interval stills @ the fastest the MP does … 1 per 2 secs
VERY brief sample of that … Container Time-Lapse.mov (4.0 MB) … and I think the movement in that is too fast.
Also, longest one would get 18 mins = 540 frames = only 21 secs of final video @ 25fps.
So I think the answer is 18 mins of video that one can play with the speed to get the best result.
Just need another day with no wind … so in about 6 years time …
See reply to @milkmanchris
Fastest frequency is 2 secs on the MP … and that’s Jpeg only.
One every 10 secs in RAW.
thanks dave thought it was video
as you say the 2 seconds isn’t that fluid like video
So must ask was it two flights or a combination of half video half photo ?
All sorts in one flight. Generally taking a look around to see where might be my target for a full battery video.
Need the boats in the right berths, too … there was another that had all the quayside in shade.
Difficult to ask them to move those boats for some pics …
life is like that
rock solid no movement though no drifting or did you stabilise the shot in post?
must get these glasses sorted
It brought to mind the stuff that JeffHK does on YouTube.
Simplest idea but the results and subject are really fascinating, if you have a couple of minutes check out his work
Yup - been a follower of his work for quite some time.
Almost 8 million views on that one! Wow! I saw it a couple of days after he uploaded and it was way below the first 1,000!
Whooo amazing, thanks for telling me about this channel.
What an amazing perspective to capture. Changing the seemingly everyday mundane work place into a work of art.