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Grotto Falls in Payson Canyon

Grotto Falls in Payson Canyon

How to do time lapse photography: tips for best practice Have you wondered how to do time lapse photography? All you need is your camera and some free time lapse software. Here’s how to do it. Fancy capturing people rushing around crowded cities or the transition of day into night? Time-lapse may seem tricky, but it’s actually easy. The most important requirement is an interval timer, which many Nikon and Pentax cameras have built-in. Each shot will become a single frame of video, so it will be played back at around 25 frames per second. For fast-moving subjects try an interval of one to two seconds, while for slow-moving subjects you’ll get more obvious movement if you use an interval of ten seconds or more. You’ll then need to compile your video, which can be done in most video-editing software. Top time lapse photography tips Interval timer You’ll need an interval timer to take your shots. Set the interval Now decide how long there will be between each shot.

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psykopaint 360 DEGREE SPINNER CAMERA | Panoramic Photography, Photo, Wide Lense Seeing The Big Picture Take your camera for a spin with this topsy-turvy panoramic lens that shoots 360 degrees around its own axis. Snapping out-of-range friends, mountains, city streets - your full surroundings in any landscape - its frame stretches four times longer than your average landscape shot. Inspired by '80s futurism, users hold the camera by its vertical rod and pull (then release) its string to get the lens rolling. In the blink of a shutter, its lens spins once around its base. The result: A breathtaking, wide-angle shot that keeps an eye on the big picture. Produces up to eight panoramic photos on a 36 exposure roll of standard 35mm film.

Hypnotic Time-Lapsed Cinematogrpahy Timescapes have just released their latest video and it’s a time-lapsed masterpiece. For all of the Luke Skywatchers out there, this is a visual treat as Tom shares his photographs from California’s Yosemite National Park and White Mountains. All images were shot using a Canon 5D2. And yes, that ‘scar’ in the sky that appears around the 0:51 mark is indeed the Milky Way Galaxy. If you have a powerful processor and above-average video card, I highly recommend the HD version of the video (click here). To see all previous videos from Timescapes, please click here. The Canon 5D2 Pictured above and below are some of the rigs Tom uses to capture these incredible images If you’re interested in learning more about Tom’s rig, check the video below to see his motorized/computer-controlled dolly apparatus: If you enjoyed this article, the Sifter highly recommends: The World’s Second Largest Aquarium Tank in Okinawa, Japan

99 Amazing Widescreen Wallpapers To Spice Up Your Desktop | Wallpaper We all love desktop wallpapers as they always come in handy and you will always find a wallpaper to express your feeling or mood. I know some of my friends who keep changing their desktop background almost on a daily basis. Unless like me, who rarely change their desktop wallpaper. So, How about you? When was the last time you changed desktop background? In this post we present amazing collection of widescreen wallpapers related to nature, photography, patterns, illustrations, HDR as well as some abstract and fantasy-related wallpapers. You may be interested in the following related articles as well. Feel free to join us and you are always welcome to share your thoughts that our readers may find helpful. Don’t forget to and follow us on Twitter — for recent updates. Amazing Widescreen Wallpapers To Spice Up Your Desktop Wallpapers can serve as a nice source of inspiration. Find Something Missing? While compiling this list, it’s always a possibility that we missed some other great wallpaper.

wonders of the world a time to get: Acid Drop I picked this book up, in Venice, yesterday. Acid Drop by Kenneth Cappello, visually documents one Houston, Texas-raised kid's journey through the everyday life of being a skater in the mid 80s. It took all of two page glances to know it had to come home with me. There have been countless photo shoots where it is the photographer's vision and goal to capture "youth". The pictures in Acid Drop weren't taken with the top of the line camera by an art school-trained photographer. I dare you to look at these images without conjuring up snapshots of your own youth.

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