I very rarely share finished projects here, but hopefully this year will be different! 🙂 In fact, that’s why I didn’t continue my 52 Timelapse Project, I just wanted to focus more on bigger projects than only on individual shots.
Also, this is my first project for which I made a ‘making of’ video. I love watching such videos, and there isn’t much of them in timelapse world. I hope you’ll like that. I had fun making that 🙂 Please, let me know in the comments what else you want in ‘making of’ or what I should change. It’s a kind of a test before I release my main project this year, Explore Poland, so feedback is very important 🙂
Check out both videos and a small description below 🙂 Of course, you can always show me your work or give feedback on my Facebook group: http://facebook.com/groups/timelapse.hyperlapse
At first, I wanted to make a few shots combined into a video 100% made with Moza Aircross, to show its possibilities. Later, I decided to add also some drone and static shots to make it more interesting and make all the shots I like, not just the gimbal ones. Just to add, in my first thoughts this project was way shorter and simpler 😉
So, basically it’s a combination of video and timelapse/hyperlapse shots. It’s a little bit different from what I usually do and I really like that fact 🙂 As you can see, I appear in some shots. As I said, it was supposed to be a shorter project, so I wanted to do everything on my own. Of course it would be easier to just stand behind the camera, but it was also quite fun. The first shot for this video was on the 5th February, so making it took a little less than a month. Everything was filmed in my hometown, Bielsko-Biała in southern Poland. It’s nice to film something in winter. I filmed so many things in my city, but when everything is white there is kind of another view on everything.
Here’s a list of gear I used:
- Sony A6300 camera
- Sigma 18-35mm, Sigma 10-20mm lenses
- Moza AirCross gimbal – check out my review here: Aircross Review
- DJI Phantom 3 Advanced
The gear list is quite short 🙂 That’s because I used Moza Aircross gimbal for all motion control timelapse shots. Check out my review of this gimbal here: Pan-Tilt Timelapse Head Replacement? Moza AirCross REVIEW
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…as usual, excellent work and especially the edit of this is superb!
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