The cameras that I used to take thousands of pictures include the Fujifilm X-T2, Fujifilm X-H1 and the Panasonic FZ2000 (Lumix FZ2500). Why not just one camera? Because the film was recorded between September 2017 and January 2020. There’s also a difference in style: Some sequences were exposed long with heavy ND filters, others weren’t.
As usual the time lapse sequences were captured internally as raw photos and edited in CameraRaw/Photoshop and finalized in After Effects CC 2020. This includes stabilization, de-flickering and color correction. You can now purchase our that include many color grading presets to improve your videos. The film was mastered in Ultra HD (3840×2160).
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The difference between this film and our other timelapse productions is the pacing and speed. I decided to focus on the beauty shots and show them longer, rather than cutting every one or two seconds to another fast motion clip. So, this is a rather calm and relaxing piece and not a pure hyperlapse film that needs a 100% attention from the audience.
Written by filmmaker Moritz Janisch on June 8, 2020