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   "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
   your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
   and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
   German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
   film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
   vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
   absolutely beautiful."


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> https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
> s-shoot-9-months-edit

Impressive work!

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> 
>    "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>    your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>    and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>    German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>    film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>    vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>    absolutely beautiful."
> 
> 
> -- 
> Sandman

As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used for this, plenty of info on
what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed it. 

	
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>>
>>     "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>     your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>     and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>     German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>     film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>     vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>     absolutely beautiful."
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Sandman
> 
> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used for this, plenty of info
on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed it.

Do any of the comments under the video provide the information you seek, 
Dave?

https://vimeo.com/251646742

I thought the film truly amazing and showed viewers what an awesome 
place is Canada.

The film *maker* has done a splendid job - in my opinion! :-)

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> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
>> 
>> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>> absolutely beautiful."
>> 
>> 
>> --
>> Sandman
> 
> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used 
> for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed 
> it.

Beneath the fourth slide:

"For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm f/4 
and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also used a 
Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion control 
camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 and ifootage 
Shark slider"
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> On 2018-01-24 10:08:24 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> 
> > On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
> >> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
> >> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
> >> 
> >> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
> >> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
> >> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
> >> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
> >> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
> >> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
> >> absolutely beautiful."
> >> 
> >> 
> >> --
> >> Sandman
> > 
> > As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used 
> > for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed 
> > it.
> 
> Beneath the fourth slide:
> 
> "For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm f/4 
> and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also used a 
> Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion control 
> camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 and ifootage 
> Shark slider"

No not really that just list what he used over the 6 weeks to capture the images.

"Alive took 9 months for Flo to create once he got back home with all the images."

So 6 weeks to capture the images and 9 months to edit them, I doubt he was using a slow compter
perhaps he used a phone to edit them together this is what I was wondering about as it took 9 months.

So much more time was spent putting the images together than taking them.

which is unusual, well from what I usually watch timescale wise.

Such as wildlife programs where cameramen spend months getting enough footage for a 2 mins shot.


He used LRTimelapse, I was wondering whether he used Mac Windows or linux.
So I was just wondering what takes 9 months was it processing or deciding what images comes next.







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> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 11:57:25 UTC, android  wrote:
>> On 2018-01-24 10:08:24 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
>> 
>>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
>>>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
>>>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
>>>> 
>>>> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>>> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>>> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>>> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>>> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>>> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>>> absolutely beautiful."
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> --
>>>> Sandman
>>> 
>>> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he 
>>> used> > for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've 
>>> missed> > it.
>> 
>> Beneath the fourth slide:
>> 
>> "For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm f/4> 
>> and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also used a> 
>> Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion control> 
>> camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 and ifootage> 
>> Shark slider"
> 
> No not really that just list what he used over the 6 weeks to capture 
> the images.

Oki... I kind of deleted my reply to your post within minutes after posting...
> 
> "Alive took 9 months for Flo to create once he got back home with all 
> the images."
> 
> So 6 weeks to capture the images and 9 months to edit them, I doubt he 
> was using a slow compter perhaps he used a phone to edit them together 
> this is what I was wondering about as it took 9 months.
> 
> So much more time was spent putting the images together than taking them.
> 
> which is unusual, well from what I usually watch timescale wise.

A picture usually takes 1/125s to capture so 50000 slides would have 
taken him 6 min and 40 sec to capture... 9 months of editing! :-ppp
> 
> Such as wildlife programs where cameramen spend months getting enough 
> footage for a 2 mins shot.
> 
> 
> He used LRTimelapse, I was wondering whether he used Mac Windows or linux.
> So I was just wondering what takes 9 months was it processing or 
> deciding what images comes next.

So you knew that already!
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> On 2018-01-24 13:26:42 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> 
> > On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 11:57:25 UTC, android  wrote:
> >> On 2018-01-24 10:08:24 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> >> 
> >>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
> >>>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
> >>>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
> >>>> 
> >>>> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
> >>>> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
> >>>> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
> >>>> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
> >>>> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
> >>>> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
> >>>> absolutely beautiful."
> >>>> 
> >>>> 
> >>>> --
> >>>> Sandman
> >>> 
> >>> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he 
> >>> used> > for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've 
> >>> missed> > it.
> >> 
> >> Beneath the fourth slide:
> >> 
> >> "For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm f/4> 
> >> and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also used a> 
> >> Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion control> 
> >> camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 and ifootage> 
> >> Shark slider"
> > 
> > No not really that just list what he used over the 6 weeks to capture 
> > the images.
> 
> Oki... I kind of deleted my reply to your post within minutes after posting...
> > 
> > "Alive took 9 months for Flo to create once he got back home with all 
> > the images."
> > 
> > So 6 weeks to capture the images and 9 months to edit them, I doubt he 
> > was using a slow compter perhaps he used a phone to edit them together 
> > this is what I was wondering about as it took 9 months.
> > 
> > So much more time was spent putting the images together than taking them.
> > 
> > which is unusual, well from what I usually watch timescale wise.
> 
> A picture usually takes 1/125s to capture so 50000 slides would have 
> taken him 6 min and 40 sec to capture... 

No, he said that took him 6 weeks not 6 mins.

>9 months of editing! :-ppp

A bit like being pregnant, one of my ex flatmates was called Flo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVdctus20c8

 
> > Such as wildlife programs where cameramen spend months getting enough 
> > footage for a 2 mins shot.
> > 
> > 
> > He used LRTimelapse, I was wondering whether he used Mac Windows or linux.
> > So I was just wondering what takes 9 months was it processing or 
> > deciding what images comes next.
> 
> So you knew that already!

Yes but not which platform and perhaps why. 

	
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On 2018-01-24 15:54:45 +0000, Whisky-dave said:

> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 14:51:33 UTC, android  wrote:
>> On 2018-01-24 13:26:42 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
>> 
>>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 11:57:25 UTC, android  wrote:
>>>> On 2018-01-24 10:08:24 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
>>>> 
>>>>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
>>>>>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
>>>>>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>>>>> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>>>>> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>>>>> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>>>>> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>>>>> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>>>>> absolutely beautiful."
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> --
>>>>>> Sandman
>>>>> 
>>>>> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he> >>> 
>>>>> used> > for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe 
>>>>> I've> >>> missed> > it.
>>>> 
>>>> Beneath the fourth slide:
>>>> 
>>>> "For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm 
>>>> f/4>> >> and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also 
>>>> used a>> >> Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion 
>>>> control>> >> camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 
>>>> and ifootage>> >> Shark slider"
>>> 
>>> No not really that just list what he used over the 6 weeks to capture> 
>>> > the images.
>> 
>> Oki... I kind of deleted my reply to your post within minutes after posting...
>>> 
>>> "Alive took 9 months for Flo to create once he got back home with all> 
>>> > the images."
>>> 
>>> So 6 weeks to capture the images and 9 months to edit them, I doubt he> 
>>> > was using a slow compter perhaps he used a phone to edit them 
>>> together> > this is what I was wondering about as it took 9 months.
>>> 
>>> So much more time was spent putting the images together than taking them.
>>> 
>>> which is unusual, well from what I usually watch timescale wise.
>> 
>> A picture usually takes 1/125s to capture so 50000 slides would have> 
>> taken him 6 min and 40 sec to capture...
> No, he said that took him 6 weeks not 6 mins.

He took 50000 slides and a slide is about 1/125s of exposure. So the 
time it took him to capture whatever was 50000/125s and that equals 6 
minutes and 40 seconds! Me mum had deeep concerns 'bout the English 
educational system. She was a teacher of sorts...
> 
>> 9 months of editing! :-ppp
> 
> A bit like being pregnant, one of my ex flatmates was called Flo.
> 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVdctus20c8
> 
>>> Such as wildlife programs where cameramen spend months getting enough> 
>>> > footage for a 2 mins shot.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> He used LRTimelapse, I was wondering whether he used Mac Windows or linux.
>>> So I was just wondering what takes 9 months was it processing or> > 
>>> deciding what images comes next.
>> 
>> So you knew that already!
> 
> Yes but not which platform and perhaps why.


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On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 16:35:10 UTC, android  wrote:
> On 2018-01-24 15:54:45 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> 
> > On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 14:51:33 UTC, android  wrote:
> >> On 2018-01-24 13:26:42 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> >> 
> >>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 11:57:25 UTC, android  wrote:
> >>>> On 2018-01-24 10:08:24 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
> >>>> 
> >>>>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
> >>>>>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
> >>>>>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
> >>>>>> your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
> >>>>>> and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
> >>>>>> German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
> >>>>>> film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
> >>>>>> vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
> >>>>>> absolutely beautiful."
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> --
> >>>>>> Sandman
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he> >>> 
> >>>>> used> > for this, plenty of info on what cameras and lenses, maybe 
> >>>>> I've> >>> missed> > it.
> >>>> 
> >>>> Beneath the fourth slide:
> >>>> 
> >>>> "For the footage, Flo used his Sony A7SII along with Canon 16-35mm 
> >>>> f/4>> >> and Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 lenses. For the night shots, he also 
> >>>> used a>> >> Pentax-X 50mm f/1.7 and 100mm f/2.8.  He says that motion 
> >>>> control>> >> camera movement was done using the eMotimo Spectrum ST4 
> >>>> and ifootage>> >> Shark slider"
> >>> 
> >>> No not really that just list what he used over the 6 weeks to capture> 
> >>> > the images.
> >> 
> >> Oki... I kind of deleted my reply to your post within minutes after posting...
> >>> 
> >>> "Alive took 9 months for Flo to create once he got back home with all> 
> >>> > the images."
> >>> 
> >>> So 6 weeks to capture the images and 9 months to edit them, I doubt he> 
> >>> > was using a slow compter perhaps he used a phone to edit them 
> >>> together> > this is what I was wondering about as it took 9 months.
> >>> 
> >>> So much more time was spent putting the images together than taking them.
> >>> 
> >>> which is unusual, well from what I usually watch timescale wise.
> >> 
> >> A picture usually takes 1/125s to capture so 50000 slides would have> 
> >> taken him 6 min and 40 sec to capture...
> > No, he said that took him 6 weeks not 6 mins.
> 
> He took 50000 slides and a slide is about 1/125s of exposure.

You can't say what exposure was used on those 50000 slides.

Even though he said he took 54,000 images yuo work that out as 50,000 slides

and I doubt any nighttime shots were taken at 1/125th 




> So the 
> time it took him to capture whatever was 50000/125s and that equals 6 
> minutes and 40 seconds! 

No one uses those stats.
 Not wedding photgraphers or sports photographers are paid buy how long the shutter stays open.


>Me mum had deeep concerns 'bout the English 
> educational system. She was a teacher of sorts...

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> educational system. She was a teacher of sorts...

She taught Lightroom? ;-)


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> She taught Lightroom? ;-)

Oki...
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> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
>>
>>     "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>     your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>     and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>     German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>     film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>     vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>     absolutely beautiful."
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Sandman
> 
> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used for this, plenty of info
on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed it.
> 


The main processes are imagination and skill.

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> On 1/24/2018 5:08 AM, Whisky-dave wrote:
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> >>
> >>     "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
> >>     your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
> >>     and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
> >>     German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
> >>     film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
> >>     vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
> >>     absolutely beautiful."
> >>
> >>
> >> -- 
> >> Sandman
> > 
> > As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used for this, plenty of info
on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed it.
> > 
> 
> 
> The main processes are imagination and skill.

Same for any art isn't it ?

I've an imagination too, and I certainly don't need any camera equipment for my imagination ;-) 

	
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>> On 1/24/2018 5:08 AM, Whisky-dave wrote:
>>> On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 06:24:51 UTC, Sandman  wrote:
>>>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t...
>>>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
>>>>
>>>>      "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>>>      your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>>>      and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>>>      German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>>>      film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>>>      vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>>>      absolutely beautiful."
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -- 
>>>> Sandman
>>>
>>> As yet I've not been able to find out what process i.e software he used for this, plenty of info
on what cameras and lenses, maybe I've missed it.
>>>
>>
>>
>> The main processes are imagination and skill.
> 
> Same for any art isn't it ?
> 
> I've an imagination too, and I certainly don't need any camera equipment for my imagination ;-)

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> 
>     "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>     your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>     and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>     German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>     film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>     vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>     absolutely beautiful."
> 
> 

Fascinating and well done. thanks for posting.

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NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2018 14:31:16 -0600
Subject: Re: This amazing wilderness timelapse of Canada took 6 weeks to shoot
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On 24/01/2018 19:09, PeterN wrote:
> On 1/24/2018 1:24 AM, Sandman wrote:
>> <https://www.diyphotography.net/amazing-wilderness-timelapse-canada-t... 
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>> weeks-shoot-9-months-edit>
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>>     "Every once in a while, a timelapse comes along that just takes
>>     your breath away. You could take almost any frame from such films
>>     and it stands up on its own as a still photography. Alive, by
>>     German filmmaker Florian “Flo” Nick, is one such timelapse
>>     film. It was shot over 5,500km travelled in six weeks exploring the
>>     vast landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia. And it’s is
>>     absolutely beautiful."
>>
>>
> 
> Fascinating and well done. thanks for posting.
> 
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