I bought a new zoom lens and made this.

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  1. AJPhotographic

    AJPhotographic TPF Noob!

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    I wanted to create some motion throughout the scenes, so I've been playing with the zoom transition features. This took a huge amount of processing to get this short sequence. I plan to extend this into a much longer scene using a similar type of technique to create motion.
    Over 1700 images went into making this short clip and almost 100GB of data was used in the workflow. Rendered using a combination of lightroom, LRTimelapse, SNS-HDR, After effects and premiere pro.
    I hope you enjoy watching it, I enjoyed making it.

    Thanks.







     
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  2. Destin

    Destin Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    That’s really cool! Can’t say I’ve ever seen anything quite like it!
     
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    Peeb Semi-automatic Mediocrity Generator Supporting Member

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    Odd but kinda fun.
     
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    Worth watching. I liked it. Which camera have you used?
     
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    Beautiful images. I found some of the quicker pans and zooms a little disorienting and nonsensical, and some of the movements were very nice.
     

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