There's a lot of negative feedback running around about the latest update. It's very scorched earth type stuff.
I have had a rather positive experience, so I want to throw that into the public record so you can make up your own mind.
Wiskeytown Falls. #WaterfallWednesday
The vibe here today is so much different than when it launched back in 2011. Can you believe it's 4 years old?
There is real magic at when you're walking through the forest at dusk and with fresh snow on the ground. The silence literally pierces your soul. It's really hard to describe in words.
That all came together here at Lassen one evening. Have you ever been out in the snowy woods as the sun drifts below the horizon?
#Lassen #reflection #snow
Turn off the outside world and find inspiration in the quiet place of your personal thoughts.
Creativity is the will to act on that spark of inspiration. #hustle
Not a single bit of interaction after 3 hours on my last post, a time-lapse. Lesson learned... Sheesh 😎😎
I've read all comments here and understand what everyone else is saying. However, I love watching video of places as much as stills. In fact, you see far more that way than with a still. I've been known to go on Google Earth after seeing a still because I want to see more of a place. I'm inquisitive that way. (Google Earth can hook me far too long!)
So, yes, I will watch video unless it's poorly done, then I won't last more than a few seconds.
This summer when I was out in Durango, I got the chance to climb Engineer. Having never shot a lick of time-lapse video, I just decided it was time while I was up there on the mountain.
So this is my first foray into shooting a lapse. I used Premiere to put this together. Next time I'll probably use LRTimelapse so I can de-flicker the footage.
What do you guys use?
You know it's okay when your wife asks, "You made that?" Why yes honey, I did!
Stay tuned for the time-lapse that this accompanies :D #visitdurango
I used an #Einsten640 for the key light on the right and a speed light on the left. It was super tricky getting the lights dialed into the right position because the ground was anything but flat.
1/80th sec to get a as much ambient light as possible. f/8.0 at ISO 400.
It's great for Landscapes. It's great for Portraits!
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