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Storm Chaser Creates Jaw-Dropping Reel of 4K 1,000fps Lightning Footage – Photography Article

Storm chaser and filmmaker Dustin Farrell (@dustin_farrell) has released a striking (no pun intended) new 4K highlight reel that condenses two years of storm chasing with a Phantom Flex 4K into three and a half minutes of jaw-dropping 1,000fps footage. The film is called Transient 2, and it’s a followup to Dustin’s first 4K 1,000fps storm chasing film “Transient” that he released back in 2017. It’s a combination of 1,000fps Phantom footage of lightning, as well as more traditional time-lapse…

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When a Tornado and Flash Flood Crash the Wedding You’re Shooting – Photography Article

Videographer Adam Grumbo was shooting a wedding in Austin, Texas, recently when a flash flood and tornado crashed the festivities and turned things upside down. The weather report had been forecasting hints of rain on the big day, but things turned out to be much wetter and windier than anyone had expected. “Colin and Kimberly had no idea what they were in for when they arrived at Pecan Springs Ranch in Texas,” Grumbo tells PetaPixel. “Swapping a few items around,…

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York Region winery using drones to monitor grapes and make deliveries – Aerial Photography Article

York Region winery using drones to monitor grapes and make deliveries  CTV News A winery in Whitchurch-Stouffville will be using drones to monitor its grapes and deliver gifts to people visiting its’ vineyards. >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email sports accident advertising Attack blue jays brampton breaking news Canada canadian canadian news cfto cfto news community crash Crime ctv news ctvnews ctvnewstoronto.ca ctvtoronto.ca durham region Fire flood gas…

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Time-lapse video catch-up – what you might’ve missed – Time.Lapse Photography Article

With so much content flooding the Internet, it is easy to miss things. Here’s a few of our favourite time-lapse videos fresh from the past seven days. One of the main perks of time-lapse photography is that it grants speed to progress; images are captured at a much lower, regulated frame rate than when viewed together in sequence, thus creating the illusion that time is ‘lapsing.’ This is just as effective working close-up with your subject as it is when…

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