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[Video] Watch This Incredible Timelapse and Drone Footage of Iceland (by Lee Morris)

Posted by:johanbotha on Dec - 9 - 2014 - Filed under: Photography,Video -

Patrick and I have been in Iceland for 2 weeks with Elia Locardi filming our next tutorial on landscape/travel photography. We brought a truck-load of gear with us but our favorite piece has been our DJI phantom quadcopter. Here’s a quick cut of our best drone footage in Iceland.

To film this we used a DJI Phantom 2 with Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal. For a video camera we used a GoPro Hero 4 Silver shot at 2.7k at 30fps and then slowed to 24fps in post. Slowing the footage down 20% gives it a slightly dreamy look and shooting at 2.7k and then downsampling to 1080p gives you super sharp video that you can zoom into if needed. I can hardly believe that none of this footage was… read on

[Video] Exclusive: Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR – first test (by Canon Australia)

Posted by:johanbotha on Sep - 30 - 2014 - Filed under: Canon,Video -

Sharper. Faster. Built for Action. Mark Horsburgh, Canon Master, puts the new Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera, to a live action sports photography test, in Queenstown, NZ.
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Mr X (by Rogue Films)

Posted by:johanbotha on Aug - 27 - 2014 - Filed under: Monochrome,Photography,Video -

Not only the Vimeo Staff Pick, but a very informative, artistic and well animated short film directed by Alex Nicholson on the ultimate form of “branding”, the Tattoo!

Beautiful Black and White imagery and superb lightning techniques to be seen in this clip.

 

Mr X from Rogue Films on Vimeo.

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