October 18, 2012

A beautiful “Berlin Hyper-Lapse”

Shahab Gabriel Behzumi shot for six days, then produced this rather eye-popping piece.

He writes,

I had to import and customize the NEF files before I equalized them with the great LR-Timelapse from Gunther Wegner. (Adobe Lightroom is necessary) The observed JPEG had then to be droped into virtual dub and were rendered as AVI. When this was done, I had to stabilize the sequences manually frame by frame (AE motion tracker) and rendered each of them in 3 different sizes: (4928×3264 pixels, 1920×1080 pixels, 1024×768 pixels) Last but not least the snippets were edited fitting to the beautiful title “Diving Through The Blue” by the respectable composer and musician Valentin Boomes.


Posted by John Nack at 8:42 AM on October 18, 2012

Comments

  • Mel — 3:46 PM on October 18, 2012

    Not my kind of viewing pleasure. It made me wonder whether I was on drugs — I think the frame frequency has just given me epilepsy.

  • Rob — 12:41 PM on October 20, 2012

    I agree. Not my cup of tea, either. Both image quality and time-lapse quality leave a lot to wish for…

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