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  • Time scapes

    My latest time lapse - time-scape project: "Summer Time":


    See also my project: "Time In" -


    Both shot with Lumix FZ-1000 Slo-mo, time lapse and 1080p. keyed and edited in EDIUS 8WG
    Documentaries and Art Projects
    Hudson Valley, NY

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    • The Milky Way, A Journey Through The Sky

      Here is a time lapse film I just finished, which was several months in the making. After last year's film, I got a lot of requests to make an all astro film.
      This film is it. Most of it follows the Milky Way center as it moves across various scenic landscapes. Lots of late nights filming this one accompanied by my great son.

      Edius did a great job and was rock solid! However, the over 9000 still images in this 5 minute piece and 395GB project file really stressed it to the max! No real time playback of this 4K timeline. Half the images are JPEG converted raw images from the 43 megapixal Sony A7R2, which I don't downsize. They are over 8K. The Layouter tool is a real joy to use!!

      This astrophotography time lapse film features stunning sequences of the Milky Way center as it moves across breathtakingly beautiful and exotic landscapes. It…
      Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
      https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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      • Barry, beautifully done. The stars reflecting in the lake was mesmerizing. I can't even imagine the amount of time you have invested in this video.
        Mark Williams
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        • Love it Barry. I would love to see this on my larger 4K TV.
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          • Thanks guys, much appreciated.

            Mark, I'd be afraid to add up all the hours of shooting and post time which went into making this 5 minute film.

            More4K, I should probably point out that all the pictures were preprocessed for color, contrast, etc., which often involved several adjustment layers from the raw stills, using CaptureOne which is a competitor of Adobe Lightroom but which in my opinion is far more robust. They were then converted to JPEGS and brought into Edius.
            Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
            https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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            • Made with Edius

              I made this with Edius.

              Dass Wolfenbüttel viele und wunderschöne Sehenswürdigkeiten zu bieten hat, ist jedem schnell klar, doch was eine Stadt lebenswert macht, geht weit darüber hi...


              Best greetings from Wolfenbüttel (where Jägermeister is made:)
              Harro Müller

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              • I'm not sure that any other NLE would be able to handle a sequence consisting of 450 over 8K 80mb JPEGS any better than Edius. I have found some workarounds such as producing all the sequences as I rework them as GV lossless and assembling the final timeline with those.

                To the moderator, sorry I don't know your name. Ironically, I don't have a 4K display device even though I'm making these time lapse and my non 3D underwater films in 4K now. I edit on a 27" 1440 monitor and a 27" 1080 monitor. All final proofing is done on my 10' 1080 projector screen. So, I'd really love to hear how the film looks on your 4K TV.
                Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
                https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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                • Barry, this starlight video is much better than the one you posted last year. Great job!
                  Jerry
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                  • Originally posted by Barry C View Post
                    To the moderator, sorry I don't know your name. Ironically, I don't have a 4K display device even though I'm making these time lapse and my non 3D underwater films in 4K now. I edit on a 27" 1440 monitor and a 27" 1080 monitor. All final proofing is done on my 10' 1080 projector screen. So, I'd really love to hear how the film looks on your 4K TV.
                    It is Pat. I return home at the end of next week, so hopefully I can watch it at that time.

                    FYI, to see a name, right click on someone's USER name on the left side and select Public Profile. If they filled it out correctly, you will see their name.
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                    • Originally posted by Jerry View Post
                      Barry, this starlight video is much better than the one you posted last year. Great job!
                      Thanks Jerry. Last year's was my first time lapse film. I've done high level pro work in the past with many other forms of photography, but never time lapse. So, it was a learning experience and I learned alot. This year, I'm also using a much better lens on one of the two cameras being used- Zeiss Batis 18mm f2.8.
                      Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
                      https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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                      • Super video...thanks for sharing this. I find it remarkable and beautiful. Is the foreground keyed over the sky or were you always shooting landscape images during the time lapse recordings?

                        I have a short time lapse piece here: keyed and edited in EDIUS:
                        Documentaries and Art Projects
                        Hudson Valley, NY

                        i7 8700K @ 3.70 Ghz/16 gb RAM
                        windows 10
                        284 gb SSD boot drive
                        2 TB work disc
                        2TB storage disc
                        EDIUS 9.52.6031
                        Many external project hard drives

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                        • These were shot as whole images with the sky and foreground together. Some were shot with programmable motion devices, but most had motion added using the Layouter.
                          Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
                          https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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                          • Thanks...stunning stuff!
                            Documentaries and Art Projects
                            Hudson Valley, NY

                            i7 8700K @ 3.70 Ghz/16 gb RAM
                            windows 10
                            284 gb SSD boot drive
                            2 TB work disc
                            2TB storage disc
                            EDIUS 9.52.6031
                            Many external project hard drives

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                            • Hot Air Balloons And Fireworks

                              Just a quick, fun, one and a half minute film of just what the name implies.

                              The title speaks for itself. Take a minute and a half out of your busy day and watch this, just for a little fun!
                              Yosemite Channel - Barry Chall Films:
                              https://m.youtube.com/user/Tarnway0412

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                              • Originally posted by Barry C View Post
                                Just a quick, fun, one and a half minute film of just what the name implies.

                                https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-hMG5_zdX2A
                                Barry, that was pretty cool. I enjoyed watching it.
                                Mark Williams
                                [email protected]
                                http://vimeo.com/channels/3523
                                http://www.pond5.com/artist/mark29
                                Edius 8 WG, i7 6700K, Asus 170-A mobo, 16 GB Ram, System 960 Evo M.2, Video multiple 850 Evo SSDs, Shadow Rock Slim cpu cooler, On board graphics, Corsair 400c case, HD Spark, Windows 10, Panasonic GH6

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