Back in October, we featured an in-progress construction time lapse of La Pedrera, in Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina submitted by CamDo customer and director/co-producer on the project, Gustavo L. Salgado. Salgado graciously reached out again to provide a complete time lapse video of the project. Check in out!
GoPro's recent GoPro for a Cause film, The Seed Vault, highlights the Crop Trust: an organization that aims to secure the world's food supply, forever. The CamDo Solutions Time Lapse Intervalometer was used to illustrate the point of the potential for extinction of crop species by time lapsing the full decay of pieces of fruit. Read more about this important cause and watch the film & check out behind-the-scenes footage.
GoPro has always provided tools to help users edit their content. In the past, GoPro Studio was the only desktop app available for photo and video editing. With the release of the HERO5 product line, GoPro split their editing software into GoPro Studio and GoPro Quik. So what are the differences?
David Trood used Blink to create in-progress construction time lapse videos to supplement the amazing Experimentarium construction video we recently featured. A great idea for all construction time lapse projects.
A great feature of the CamDo Blink time lapse controller is the ability to automatically switch camera shooting modes between different sets of schedules. I put this time lapse feature to the test in a backcountry ski touring trip to the Waddington hut in the beautiful Lord of the Rings mountain range located just north of the Whistler/Blackcomb Ski resort in BC Canada.
Long-time customer, Russ Ricketts has utilized ourUnderwater WiFi Extension cableto capture footage and create an artful yet subtle nudge to remind the viewer of the natural beauty that surrounds us. Check out his latest below, titled "The Search for Understanding".
A nice feature of a short time lapse (interval≤1min) is that you get the feeling of movement due to the subjects (people, cars, etc) appearing in more than one frame. This effect can be heightened by adding a motion control rig to track at a slow rate while the camera is shooting. We show you how.