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03/26/2016 03:19:34 PM · #1
I'm not into challenges as I was a couple of years ago, but still I love this place and I learned a lot being here throughout the years.

That's why I want to show you my last time-lapse video which gathers 2 years and a half of wandering across Italy and Europe :)

Time Waves
03/26/2016 03:33:27 PM · #2
oh, beautiful! kudos!
03/26/2016 03:51:50 PM · #3
Wonderful work!
03/26/2016 04:03:57 PM · #4
That's really good. Great stuff.
03/26/2016 06:35:26 PM · #5
Nicely done!

Thanks for sharing your work with me!
03/26/2016 07:38:32 PM · #6
That was beautiful. Thank you.

03/26/2016 08:18:54 PM · #7
Wow,
That is Wonderful, thankyou for sharing
03/26/2016 08:23:09 PM · #8
Bravo
03/27/2016 10:06:28 AM · #9
Awesome work!
03/27/2016 11:11:55 AM · #10
Wow, well done.
03/27/2016 11:11:56 AM · #11
Wow, well done.
03/27/2016 03:58:08 PM · #12
Meraviglioso!
This is really awesome. I love the parts including clouds!
03/27/2016 05:01:13 PM · #13
Absolutely beautiful! Very dramatic and love your choice of music. It appears a slider was used to achieve the subtle movement during the time lapse. Very nicely done.
03/27/2016 10:34:30 PM · #14
I don't know exactly how much work goes into these productions, but I am blown away by the quality of the images and the movements. You have done very well Alessandro!
03/29/2016 09:57:03 AM · #15
Thanks everyone for nice comments. Of course ther's A LOT of work involved in making videos like this one. You need specific tools, long waits with the unpredictable weather, wind, snow, rain etc. and after that a hours/days/weeks to put everything in a video . No doubt that it rewards you when you can see everything edited and published :)

Originally posted by digifotojo:

Absolutely beautiful! Very dramatic and love your choice of music. It appears a slider was used to achieve the subtle movement during the time lapse. Very nicely done.


Yep, I use sliders and pan tools. Here you can see a review of a specific extender track and below you can find my two previous videos and a video I made for the ShooTools company where I show how the tools work :)
03/29/2016 08:31:24 PM · #16
Amazing! That's what i call true dedication.
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