What AF expansion does is allow you to choose a focus point the middle and the immediate surrounding points become active.
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Which means that you can even track a moving subject in AI Servo and maintain the exact area of focus you decide. The camera will focus on whatever is closest in the zone you have chosen so watch your focus. Then I will know if I need to reshoot the image for the focus I planned. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Blog at WordPress. Skip to navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to secondary sidebar Skip to footer.
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I guess the score made me think of that too. A lonely feel. WOW absolutely stunning, especially the way the shadows shift across the landscape and the tilt-shift lens shot of the swimming pool lighting up. What an amazing looking place as well, it looks more like a city of than GF1 — nice camera for the money. Did you use the F1. I think i was stopped down a bit…. I use the p video mode. Post V1. Manual mode and manual focus.
No need for external remote control intervalometer. This is great for timelapses. I tend to go into the lotus position and meditate…or just go on twitter and fiddle with my iphone!
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I think we could make a parody. Philip have I done something to piss you off?
Only seen your recent post which just approved. I mod everything and only delete rude comments.
The SKY piece is incredible!!! How are you powering the 5D for your 24hr shots??? Any heat issues??? Had a mains power supply. No overheating issues. Only took a photo every 15 seconds or so….
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How did you do timelapse on your Canons? Were you just clicking away with a stopwatch, or did you have it patched into your laptop? Soundtrack was very fitting to this too, The Fountain was a visually beautiful film. WOW…Phil that was awesome, never seen Dubai look so majestic…makes me want to go out there and shoot some stuff by myself…Now if I can only get those permissions….
Oh, those poor shutters! I can only imagine how many exposures these videos take! Very nice as always! Fantastic as always. Quick question, for the day to night shots I know you use app. It seems like they start in daylight then go to incadecent. Or do you shift the color balance in post? How did you manage focus? Unfortunately that shot from Burj Khalifa was set to manual and being watched by my assistant.
Just awesome. I have a question about the GF1 and the GH1. Very beautiful piece. Meditative and tranquil to watch, even with all the activity of the cars and night time cranes. I love how taking away ambient sound and replacing it with a piece of music can just totally transform a visual experience. I was imagining that something like this might have been paired with an Arabic-techno track for a completely different effect. As it is, this is a touching memorial tribute. Very respectful. Thank you for sharing this!
I recently acquired a 7D and have been blowing my mind with it, looking forward to buy a glidetrack and a viewfinder to improve my videos!! Sorry for the long comment, and thanks again for all the info you have been sharing on the web for all of us around the globe Cheers! Fine work my friend, all the best, JB Jr. Sometimes I will leave my camera with the intervalometer on so I am sure camera will focus on something differently each time especially objects are moving. Great time lapse shots and as always — beautifully edited together.
You do have an exceptional feel for musical timing. I have on technical question. As far as I can tell, this plug-in adds motion blur to moving objects.