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« on: February 18, 2019, 08:41 »
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Christmas in London: a short movie with time lapses and 4k footage shot with Nikon D850
https://youtu.be/5kMU0F_Tr8U


« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2019, 09:50 »
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Beautifully done! It made me think of all the time spent - particularly in difficult/busy areas of London. But also, from my POV, how much of the footage I could submit as Free Rights and not Editorial.....the fireworks obviously but any of the TL street footage? Lots of recognizable logos/faces. Thanks for sharing and merry, belated Christmas! ;D
 

« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2019, 12:48 »
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Beautifully done! It made me think of all the time spent - particularly in difficult/busy areas of London. But also, from my POV, how much of the footage I could submit as Free Rights and not Editorial.....the fireworks obviously but any of the TL street footage? Lots of recognizable logos/faces. Thanks for sharing and merry, belated Christmas! ;D

I'd love to do the same thing in the place where I live: Santa Fe, New Mexico.

But I also worry how much one can actually show of the town and its residents/tourists without running afoul of permissions issues. No way to get "model" releases for dozens of people in the street, not to mention all the buildings and shops.

Is Editorial the only way to go?

« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2019, 08:31 »
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Beautifully done! It made me think of all the time spent - particularly in difficult/busy areas of London. But also, from my POV, how much of the footage I could submit as Free Rights and not Editorial.....the fireworks obviously but any of the TL street footage? Lots of recognizable logos/faces. Thanks for sharing and merry, belated Christmas! ;D
Many thanks,
You are right: most of the individual clips in this video can only be sold as editorial.
I don't do a lot of editorial, but I make some exceptions in situations like Christmas or Notting Hill carnival

« Reply #4 on: February 19, 2019, 09:06 »
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And also remember that there is also such a thing as "photographing for fun", or for other purposes than stock, like YouTube.  ;)

I have been guilty of forgetting this myself, and I've caught myself getting annoyed by signs and people when I'm out photographing... It can truly ruin the experience and you forget what photography is all about - having fun and creating art.

But of course, I also know how much time it takes to blur faces and signs when I make clips for stock... Haha.

Anyway, great stuff! Are all of the standard film clips also shot with the D850? I guess they are, and it seems they look great in low light.

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« Reply #5 on: February 19, 2019, 12:28 »
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Christmas in London: a short movie with time lapses and 4k footage shot with Nikon D850
https://youtu.be/5kMU0F_Tr8U

Darn nice, so much I could learn from paying attention to what you do.  :)

« Reply #6 on: February 20, 2019, 01:57 »
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Beautifully done! It made me think of all the time spent - particularly in difficult/busy areas of London. But also, from my POV, how much of the footage I could submit as Free Rights and not Editorial.....the fireworks obviously but any of the TL street footage? Lots of recognizable logos/faces. Thanks for sharing and merry, belated Christmas! ;D

I'd love to do the same thing in the place where I live: Santa Fe, New Mexico.

But I also worry how much one can actually show of the town and its residents/tourists without running afoul of permissions issues. No way to get "model" releases for dozens of people in the street, not to mention all the buildings and shops.

Is Editorial the only way to go?
Thanks,
Santa Fe is a fantastic place, plenty of atmosphere. I look forward to watch it.
It would be best if possible to shoot very early in the morning, near sunrise, to avoid crowd, and try to remove logos.
Otherwise it is mostly for editorial use

« Reply #7 on: February 20, 2019, 03:39 »
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Beautifully done! It made me think of all the time spent - particularly in difficult/busy areas of London. But also, from my POV, how much of the footage I could submit as Free Rights and not Editorial.....the fireworks obviously but any of the TL street footage? Lots of recognizable logos/faces. Thanks for sharing and merry, belated Christmas! ;D

I'd love to do the same thing in the place where I live: Santa Fe, New Mexico.

But I also worry how much one can actually show of the town and its residents/tourists without running afoul of permissions issues. No way to get "model" releases for dozens of people in the street, not to mention all the buildings and shops.

Is Editorial the only way to go?
Thanks,
Santa Fe is a fantastic place, plenty of atmosphere. I look forward to watch it.
It would be best if possible to shoot very early in the morning, near sunrise, to avoid crowd, and try to remove logos.
Otherwise it is mostly for editorial use

Thanks for your response, and congratulations on your beautiful video of London.

I may give what you describe a try!

« Reply #8 on: February 20, 2019, 08:07 »
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Some great work there. Ive never been to London but looks like it has a nice, vibrant atmosphere. And I admire the individuals who have the patience to do hyperlapse. Ive tried that myself and it drove me mad.

« Reply #9 on: February 21, 2019, 03:03 »
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And also remember that there is also such a thing as "photographing for fun", or for other purposes than stock, like YouTube.  ;)

I have been guilty of forgetting this myself, and I've caught myself getting annoyed by signs and people when I'm out photographing... It can truly ruin the experience and you forget what photography is all about - having fun and creating art.

But of course, I also know how much time it takes to blur faces and signs when I make clips for stock... Haha.

Anyway, great stuff! Are all of the standard film clips also shot with the D850? I guess they are, and it seems they look great in low light.
You are 100% right about the fun factor.
I had not shot still image for a very long time, but very recently I have been doing a bit of photo again. I had forgot how much fun it is, and the post processing is so easy compared to video!
Yes, it is all done with the NIkon D850

« Reply #10 on: February 23, 2019, 04:43 »
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Christmas in London: a short movie with time lapses and 4k footage shot with Nikon D850
https://youtu.be/5kMU0F_Tr8U

Darn nice, so much I could learn from paying attention to what you do.  :)
Many thanks,
I appreciate!

« Reply #11 on: February 25, 2019, 05:31 »
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Some great work there. Ive never been to London but looks like it has a nice, vibrant atmosphere. And I admire the individuals who have the patience to do hyperlapse. Ive tried that myself and it drove me mad.
Thank you,
I am sure you will like London a lot.
Yes, hyperlapses are a lot of work, and you need a super fast computer for post processing


 

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