Lost in the desert at night
A panoramic hyperlapse of the stars and clouds in the desert of Arizona. This capture was 5 hours with a 20 second interval for 15 second exposures. I built a custom lantern to provide dim light on the foreground cacti while the neighbors yard light occasionally flashes by.
Camera: @sonyalpha a58
Lens: @samyanglensglobal 10mm
Motion: @dynamicperception custom dolly and Stage-R head
15 seconds | Iso 1600 | f3.1
Licensing and custom built dollies available
Doing some tests with my eMotimo Spectrum. Getting my feet wet in the world of #motioncontrol, and it sure is a lot of fun 🕹🎥🤘the first shot is running through the programmed motion, the second is setting up the start/end frames
Once a top of the line suspension dampener, the #motioncontrol system has been in production for over 10 years by my wreckoning. Now it can be found on the most basic platforms that #rockshox offers. Sometimes the honeycomb molding cracks under pressure if you forget your lockout on, but for the most part its very reliable. #bikemechanic#bikesuspension#cycologe#sektor
@anthonyscott.animation fue Jurado en @animafestival en 2017, TODAVÍA NO LO SEGUÍS?
Aren’t you already following @anthonyscott.animation , one of @animafestival ‘s Jurors in 2017? YOU SHOULD!! #Repost@anthonyscott.animation with @get_repost
When I was at CES last week, someone asked me “What was your biggest stop motion mistake?” I’ve made my share for sure but one of the biggest was during this shot from 'James and the Giant Peach'. At the end of the shot, the Spider had to jump up into a pipe, blow out a candle and then settle down for the night. I had been animating the shot for almost 2 weeks and when I got to this part of the shot, she jumped up, blew out the candle and then I soon realized her legs were in the wrong place and she couldn’t fold them in so that she could lay down and go to sleep. Here I was at the end of the shot and I couldn’t land it! When you make an error in stop motion, you can fix it by doing a cutback. The term Cutback originates from back in the day when the Editor physically cut the bad frames out of the film. To perform a cutback, you have to go back to the last good frame and pick up from that point. You have to get the puppet (and camera) back into the correct position. Luckily we had the ability to capture all frames on a frame grabber which was necessary to re-pose the puppets. I determined that I needed to go back at least 30 frames, to the point where she jumps up towards the pipe. Quick moves are a good place to do a cutback. I also figured out her landing position in the pipe, marked it, then told Production I needed to do a major cutback. They were a little nervous about it but I was confident I could make it work. And it did. I am including some behind the scenes pics of the set and crew, Jo Carson Camera Operator and assistants Patrick Lin and Sara Mast. #jamesandthegiantpeach#disney#disneyanimation#stopmotion#stopmotionanimation#spider#spiderweb#henryselick#susansarandon#animation#mitchellcamera#motioncontrol
O novo sistema Servo Drive distribuído AMP8000 da Beckhoff abre novos caminhos para conceitos de máquinas modulares. O AMP8000 economiza espaço e integra um servoacionamento diretamente a um servomotor em um design ultracompacto.
[STEADICAM] Rock and roll with @arri and @lucanojr the master of steadicam! Read the full post by #arri and browse the gallery!
For "Magic Seven", TRINITY operator @lucanojr filmed scenes on difficult ground in the Chinese desert and even used the TRINITY perched on a small Segway. He says about his experience: “We could invent shots that would be impossible otherwise - zoom into the actors, go through windows, or do Dolly shots." Take a look behind the scenes and read more on arri.com/css
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