Timelapses are pretty straightforward. It’s not rocket science shooting pictures at set intervals and combining them on the computer afterwards, but it’s a whole new ball game making them unique and visually appealing. In some cases, the view isn’t enough to make the sequences; you need something else, something interesting that will bring the footage to life. Enter these people covered in neon lights and see how they make all the difference:
The behind-the-scenes video shows a little bit of the hours of hard work that goes into such projects. To make segments more interesting, the team was inspired by the Light Emitting Dudes project a few months ago.
“Light Emitting Dudes takes a team of freerunners, geared up from head to toe with LED lights, and sets them loose on the streets of Bangkok at night. With acrobatic grace, they carved up the already buzzing nightlife spots while adding their own flair and colour to the mix.”
Equipment used in this project:
- 2x LUMIX-GH3
- Voigtlander f/0.95 25mm
- SLR Magic Hyperprime f/1.6 12mm
- Panasonic f/4 7-14mm
- Canon FD f/1.4 50mm
- Canon FD f/2 85mm
- Carl Zeiss Planar 85mm
- Slide Kamera PRO Slider 1m
- HKN-1 Motion Control
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