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07/19/2012 01:15:35 PM · #1
Post removed due to boring content and bad music

Message edited by author 2012-07-20 17:46:20.
07/19/2012 01:20:32 PM · #2
i going to hurry and comment before you pull the clip so no one can see it. :P

pretty cool.
07/19/2012 01:22:16 PM · #3
Originally posted by mike_311:

i going to hurry and comment before you pull the clip so no one can see it. :P

pretty cool.


;) Thanks Mike....Gives a nice impression of the architecture of Moscow too doesn't it

Message edited by author 2012-07-19 13:26:33.
07/19/2012 01:23:46 PM · #4
impressive how he lined up the main focus of each shot when he put it together so it wasnt jumpy.

i would kill to live in a photogenic area like that, the US sucks for beautiful architecture.

Message edited by author 2012-07-19 13:25:52.
07/19/2012 01:24:55 PM · #5
Originally posted by mike_311:

impressive how he lined up the main focus of each shot when he put it together so it wasnt jumpy.


Yes indeed. Look at the equipment list he used.
Canon 60D
Canon 24-105mm f4 L IS
Sigma 10-20mm f3.5 EX
Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 DG OS
Filters: ND500, ND8, CPL
Tripod: Slik Pro400DX
Magic Lantern

Message edited by author 2012-07-19 13:26:05.
07/19/2012 01:26:42 PM · #6
Originally posted by JustFred:

Originally posted by mike_311:

impressive how he lined up the main focus of each shot when he put it together so it wasnt jumpy.


Yes indeed. Look at the equipment list he used.
Canon 60D
Canon 24-105mm f4 L IS
Sigma 10-20mm f3.5 EX
Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 DG OS
Filters: ND500, ND8, CPL
Tripod: Slik Pro400DX
Magic Lantern


those skies are amazing.
07/19/2012 01:31:30 PM · #7
I never realized how modern Moscow was.
07/19/2012 01:33:02 PM · #8
Originally posted by JustFred:

I never realized how modern Moscow was.


unless its photo trickery it looks very well kept and clean.
07/19/2012 02:13:35 PM · #9
Wow... I've done a few timelapses and know how much work they can be to put together. That was one of the best I've seen.

Those extreme-movement timelapses are often referred to as "hyperlapses"... I guess reference to the hyper-movement. Post processing has gotten so insane, I guarantee he used stabilization effects on those shots. Impossible to otherwise align them that well in camera.
07/19/2012 02:15:02 PM · #10
So, for the uninformed... is this still shots or video? And how do you do that awesome 3-D effect?
07/19/2012 02:31:26 PM · #11
Originally posted by JamesDowning:

Wow... I've done a few timelapses and know how much work they can be to put together. That was one of the best I've seen.

Those extreme-movement timelapses are often referred to as "hyperlapses"... I guess reference to the hyper-movement. Post processing has gotten so insane, I guarantee he used stabilization effects on those shots. Impossible to otherwise align them that well in camera.


if you read the comments he gives insight and said he used stabilization software.

Message edited by author 2012-07-19 14:31:33.
07/19/2012 02:32:26 PM · #12
Originally posted by Kelli:

So, for the uninformed... is this still shots or video? And how do you do that awesome 3-D effect?


still shots. i thinks the product of the procedure.
07/19/2012 03:28:14 PM · #13
Kelli may have been referring to the 'vertigo' effect that was in some of the shots. Basically the camera zooms to keep one object as a static size in the view while the camera dollies forward or away from the object.
07/19/2012 04:11:26 PM · #14
Originally posted by mike_311:


i would kill to live in a photogenic area like that, the US sucks for beautiful architecture.


Moscow is one of the least photogenic cities I have ever visited. The quality of these images says much more about the photographer than the city.
07/19/2012 04:56:19 PM · #15
Originally posted by BrennanOB:

Originally posted by mike_311:


i would kill to live in a photogenic area like that, the US sucks for beautiful architecture.


Moscow is one of the least photogenic cities I have ever visited. The quality of these images says much more about the photographer than the city.


Other than Red Square I didn't see any architecture that you couldn't find in the US. That said, I could have missed some. I did fast forward through most of it, mainly because it was boring. I guess I'm the only one who has grown tired of time-lapse videos set to annoying music. How much longer will this fad last?

Message edited by author 2012-07-19 16:56:55.
07/20/2012 06:24:31 AM · #16
That music is absolutely terrible...
07/20/2012 08:40:55 AM · #17
Originally posted by CEJ:

That music is absolutely terrible...


Well it's not about the music actually...guess you didn't find the time-lapse video interesting either just like Yanko.
07/20/2012 03:04:38 PM · #18
Found it rather boring. It is nothing new. And I commented on the music as the original post said to make sure you had your speakers on. That has been removed now.

Message edited by author 2012-07-20 15:06:55.
07/20/2012 03:33:34 PM · #19
What I found rather fascinating about this video is the motion of the camera moves at a "normal" speed but the motion of the environment runs at warp speed. I found that effect kind of addicting. The choice of music puzzled me. Hmmmmm.

I visited Moscow many years ago (actually to ride horses) and I just don't remember the city being that clean. I must have visited during a more grungy week.

Cool video...thanks for posting!
07/20/2012 05:34:43 PM · #20
Originally posted by CEJ:

Found it rather boring. It is nothing new. And I commented on the music as the original post said to make sure you had your speakers on. That has been removed now.


So sorry. I apologize for posting something so boring and I profusely apologize for having wasted your precious time by forcng you to listen to the music and watch the video. I promise never ever to post anything here again. Again I am so sorry and if I only had known how it would offend you I would never have done it i promise. sorry sorry sorry...please forgive me
07/20/2012 05:36:53 PM · #21
Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by BrennanOB:

Originally posted by mike_311:


i would kill to live in a photogenic area like that, the US sucks for beautiful architecture.


Moscow is one of the least photogenic cities I have ever visited. The quality of these images says much more about the photographer than the city.


Other than Red Square I didn't see any architecture that you couldn't find in the US. That said, I could have missed some. I did fast forward through most of it, mainly because it was boring. I guess I'm the only one who has grown tired of time-lapse videos set to annoying music. How much longer will this fad last?


I also apologise to you Yanko for having wasted your time and please forgive me for posting such terribly boring stuff. You obviously have had a very excitng life...more so then me it's obvious...I feel so terrible for having posted and upset you i promise never to post anything again sir...please please i am sorry so sorry....oh what have i done.....
07/20/2012 05:41:15 PM · #22
I am glad some people enjoyed it at least. I did also including the music. I was quite in awe but then maybe...I am not used to anything obviously. But I don't care...It was for fun and I just wanted to share it. But I have removed it so it won't bore anybody else and the music wont irritate anyone anymore.

Message edited by author 2012-07-20 17:49:36.
07/20/2012 05:56:08 PM · #23
Hmmmmm...I would have thought Freddy Krueger would have thicker skin. How silly to remove the link just because someone thought it was boring. Next time, I guess you should post a warning that we are only allowed to watch it if we love it.

Here's a link for those who missed it:

Linky to Moscow Video

I always enjoy ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' Yanko's opinion even when it differs from my own...:-D

(The crappy music really doesn't match the flavor of the city though...sorry, Freddy!)

Message edited by author 2012-07-20 19:31:02.
07/20/2012 06:01:37 PM · #24
Originally posted by hihosilver:

Hmmmmm...I would have thought Freddy Krueger would have thicker skin. How silly to remove the link just because someone thought it was boring. Next time, I guess you should post a warning that we are only allowed to watch it if we love it.


Ok I will
07/20/2012 07:32:42 PM · #25
Thanks, Mae. I can't watch anything from my phone at work so I mark threads for when I get home.
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