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http://tier10lab.com/2011/12/12/time-lapse-washington-dc-video/ -- Time lapse allows for a form of video story telling that captivates the viewer in a very unique way. For this particular project, I ...

http://tier10lab.com/2011/12/12/time-lapse-washington-dc-video/ -- Time lapse allows for a form of video story telling that captivates the viewer in a very unique way. For this particular project, I set out downtown to capture imagery for an in-house interactive display presentation. We feel time-lapse video can be utilized as a marketing device [...]

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  •  A Time Lapse of Washington, D.C. [VIDEO]http://tier10lab.com/2011/12/12/time-lapse-washington-dc-video/  December 7, 2011By Joseph OleshTime lapse allows for a form of video story telling that captivates the viewer in a very unique way. For thisparticular project, I set out downtown to capture imagery for an in-house interactive display presentation. Wefeel time-lapse video can be utilized as a marketing device and used this video as a testing ground for thesucceeding camera settings and techniques.If the goal of video is to communicate a complete story of who a client is and what they represent, then timelapse might be best utilized in communicating how it "feels" to spend time within that clients store,dealership, restaurant, etc.Well expand on this in posts to come. For now, Ive listed the locations and camera settings of each scene inthe aforementioned video. Tweet any specific questions to @josepholesh.  
  • A few tips for any aspiring time-lapser: • Gather at least 200 images per set up. You never really know what you have until you sit down in post-production. Capture all the imagery you can to allow for the greatest amount of freedom in the edit. • Cover locations as you would on a film shoot. Capturing different angles of the same object will make for a much more dynamic edit. • Fire off a still, with a 30-second shutter, to preview where the motion will be occurring within your composition. Adjust to accentuate the greatest amount of drama. • BE PATIENT!! Time lapse is not for the anxious. Trust your composition, your camera settings, and commit to each location.CAMERA DETAILSCanon 7DLens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USMB-ROLL SPECSCanon 7D60 fps, 1280x720MUSIC CREDIT"Eden Roc"Ludovico EinaudiBuy on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eden-roc/  
  • LOCATION DETAILS1. High Angle at Water - DayISO 100 14. Lincoln Memorial at 45° - DayFocal Length: 24mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 24mmShutter Speed: 1/50 sec Aperture: f/9.02. Arlington Bridge - Day Shutter Speed: 1/30 secISO 100 15. Front of Lincoln Memorial - DayFocal Length: 45 mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 25 mmShutter Speed:1/6 sec Aperture: f/223. Rt. 66 Intersection - Day Shutter Speed: 1/8 secISO 100 16. Lincoln Seated - DayFocal Length: 24mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 24Shutter Speed: 1/5 sec Aperture: f/164. Bridge Over Potomac - Day Shutter Speed: 1.6 secISO 100 17. Gold Figurine - DayFocal Length: 34 mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 52 mmShutter Speed: 1/10 sec Aperture: f/185. Monument Over Field - Day Shutter Speed: 1/80ISO 100 18. Front of White House - DayFocal Length: 42mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 40 mmShutter Speed: 1/13 sec Aperture: f/206. Monument Tree Vignette - Day Shutter Speed: 1/6 secISO 200 19. Back of White House - DayFocal Length: 24 mm ISO 100Aperture: f/10 Focal Length: 24 mmShutter Speed: 1/15 sec Aperture: f/207. Monument Tree Vignette - Day Shutter Speed: 1/13 secISO 200 20. Rosslyn Metro StationFocal Length: 24 mm ISO: 100Aperture: f/10 Focal Length: 24mmShutter Speed: 1/15 sec Aperture: f/4.08. Washington Monument Center Cut - Day Shutter Speed: 1.0ISO 100 21. Metro Circle StationFocal Length: 24mm ISO: 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 24mmShutter Speed: 1/8 sec Aperture: f/4.09. Monument Reflection - Day Shutter Speed: 1.0ISO 100 22. Down Penn Towards Capitol - NightFocal Length: 24mm ISO 640, 200Aperture: f/18 Focal Length: 55 mm, 46Shutter Speed: 1/4 sec Aperture: f/20, f/810. WW2 Memorial With Wreaths - Day Shutter Speed: 1/10 sec, 3.2 secISO 100 23. Monument Over Intersection - NightFocal Length: 24mm ISO 640Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 24mmShutter Speed: 1/8 sec Aperture: f/6.311. WW2 Memorial - Day Shutter Speed: 1.0 secISO 100 24. Monument With National Tree - NightFocal Length: 24mm ISO 100Aperture: f/20 Focal Length: 24mmShutter Speed: 1/8 sec Aperture: f/912. Memorial Pathway - Day Shutter Speed: 13 secISO 100Focal Length: 70mmAperture: f/13Shutter Speed: 0.3 sec13. Back of Lincoln Memorial - Day http://www.Tier10Lab.comISO 100 http://www.twitter.com/Tier10LabFocal Length: 24 mm http://www.facebook.com/Tier10MarketingAperture: f/20 http://www.Tier10Marketing.comShutter Speed: 1/13 sec