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Outdoor Glance, an invitation for a peek out of the box

Postby GOASA » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:34 pm

Outdoor Glance, an invitation for a peek out of the box:
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• Legend: Photography and editing: © Matheus Gomes. Soundtrack: Ludovico Einaudi – Divenire. Locations: Brazil/Campinas, Cunha, Parque Nacional de Itatiaia, Paraty, Pico do Itaguaré, Analândia, Ibitiura de Minas, Urubici, Jacutinga and Extrema. Chile/Torres del Paine. Argentina/El Chalten. Acknowledgement: GOASA

• Description:

Outdoor Glance is a time-lapse video that brings together landscapes natural tourist regions of Brazil, Chile and Argentina. Traces of stars and until sunsets that envelop the whole horizon, the records were made in the course of two years.

Early on, the Sun's rays illuminate rocky landscapes, later, the stars become the protagonists of the heavens, at times in conjunction with the majestic milky way, where all the celestial south hemisphere. “Never became repetitive, mind wouldn't let me stay in a single thought and opened in an amazing way”, said the photographer.

The project was developed from an enthusiasm that emerged by time-lapse (a photographic technique to capture movement), whenever there was a chance to be photographing in new locations, the author preferred to single out a time for the time-lapse, which became something very pleasant, so being able to make better use of the time to contemplate the landscape.

“Keep watching the sky and see the Milky milky way with its clusters of stars, it was something magical”. There were early difficulties, several complications such as equipment of physical conditions.

“There was the need to walk with a set of cleaning and face unfavourable situations to clean the camera sensor, sleepless nights, long walks with equipment, hunger, cold, lack of water, adverse weather, unexpected situations were common”.

“It was disheartening at first, but it didn't make me give up, all these obstacles were making that desire more fun and helped to give more value to the simple things in life”.

Outdoor Glance is an invitation for an escape from everyday life, demonstrating that life is much more than just “routines”. The observatory presented is the Campinas Municipal Observatory Jean Nicolini, tribute to the brazilian astronomer Jean Nicolini (1922-1991), is the first municipal observatory of Brazil, opened in January 15, 1977.

• Link: http://www.goo.gl/gfJaIX

• Contact: goasa@hotmail.com.br / matheuspfgomes@gmail.com

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<span style="font-size: x-small;">Photography and editing:&nbsp;©&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.matheusgomes.com/" rel="nofollow" style="font-size: small;" target="_blank">Matheus Gomes</a><span style="font-size: x-small;">. Soundtrack: Ludovico Einaudi – Divenire. Locations: Brazil/Campinas, Cunha, Parque Nacional de Itatiaia, Paraty, Pico do Itaguaré, Analândia, Ibitiura de Minas, Urubici, Jacutinga and Extrema. Chile/Torres del Paine. Argentina/El Chalten. Acknowledgement: </span><a href="https://www.facebook.com/goasa2013" rel="nofollow" style="font-size: small;" target="_blank">GOASA</a></div>
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&nbsp;<a href="http://goasa2013.blogspot.com.br/2014/10/outdoor-glance-um-convite-para-uma-espiada-fora-da-caixa.html" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Outdoor Glance</a> is a time-lapse video that brings together landscapes natural tourist regions of Brazil, Chile and Argentina. Traces of stars and until sunsets that envelop the whole horizon, the records were made in the course of two years.<br />
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&nbsp;Early on, the Sun's rays illuminate rocky landscapes, later, the stars become the protagonists of the heavens, at times in conjunction with the majestic milky way, where all the celestial south hemisphere. “Never became repetitive, mind wouldn't let me stay in a single thought and opened in an amazing way”, said the photographer.<br />
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&nbsp;The project was developed from an enthusiasm that emerged by time-lapse (a photographic technique to capture movement), whenever there was a chance to be photographing in new locations, the author preferred to single out a time for the time-lapse, which became something very pleasant, so being able to make better use of the time to contemplate the landscape.<br />
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&nbsp;“Keep watching the sky and see the Milky milky way with its clusters of stars, it was something magical”. There were early difficulties, several complications such as equipment of physical conditions.<br />
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&nbsp;“There was the need to walk with a set of cleaning and face unfavourable situations to clean the camera sensor, sleepless nights, long walks with equipment, hunger, cold, lack of water, adverse weather, unexpected situations were common”.<br />
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&nbsp;“It was disheartening at first, but it didn't make me give up, all these obstacles were making that desire more fun and helped to give more value to the simple things in life”.<br />
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&nbsp;Outdoor Glance is an invitation for an escape from everyday life, demonstrating that life is much more than just “routines”. The observatory presented is the <a href="http://observatorio.campinas.sp.gov.br/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Campinas Municipal Observatory Jean Nicolini</a>, tribute to the brazilian astronomer <a href="http://observatorio.campinas.sp.gov.br/miscelanius_memoria_jean.php" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Jean Nicolini</a> (1922-1991), is the first municipal observatory of Brazil, opened in January 15, 1977.<br />
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:10 pm

Outdoor Glance, an invitation for a peek out of the box
Credits and Copyrights: Photography and editing: © Matheus Gomes. Soundtrack: Ludovico Einaudi – Divenire. Locations: Brazil/Campinas, Cunha, Parque Nacional de Itatiaia, Paraty, Pico do Itaguaré, Analândia, Ibitiura de Minas, Urubici, Jacutinga and Extrema. Chile/Torres del Paine. Argentina/El Chalten. Acknowledgement: GOASA
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Postby Skippy111taz » Tue Nov 04, 2014 3:43 am

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"Partial Solar Eclipse Time Lapse"
Copyright: Steven Doye

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby michael_kunze » Mon Nov 10, 2014 7:47 pm

Time-lapse "United States of America - SOUTHWEST -

We have traveled 3 weeks through the southwestern US in May / June 2014. Then we spent a week in Hawaii. 5964 km through a fabulous, hospitable country with such many fascinating landscapes in the states Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada. In many places on this trip I took the faszinantion of starry sky.



The video was made at the following locations:
- Saguaro National Park, Arizona
- Very Large Array, New Mexcico
- Canyon de Chelly, Arizona
- Kayenta, Arizona
- Monument Valley, Arizona / Utah
- Arches National Park, Utah
- Capitol Reef, Utah
- Grand Canyon North und South Rim, Arizona
- Horsehoe Bend, Arizona

Equipment:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 650D
Canon EOS 550Da
Canon 8-15 mm
Canon 24-105 mm
Canon 50 mm

iOptron SkyTrekker

The Musik is from Michael Wilkes from Köln, Germany
Titel: Silent Sky
Website: http://www.yogsothoth.de
Website: http://www.mysticallight.de

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Website: sky-in-motion.de

Greetings
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:02 pm

Storm Movie
Copyrights: Ronnie Warner
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Thierry Legault » Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:15 am

Auroras in real-time video
Hello, I was in northern Norway in October with the Sony A7s and we had 3 fantastic auroral nights with an incredible variety of shapes and behaviors. At moments they were so fast that 25 frames/s was almost not enough! In real-time video, the stars twinkle and the trees move in the wind.

The short movie (8 min):
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The long one (20 min) with more and longer sequences:
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Some snapshots from the videos:



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Postby Sandgirl » Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:57 pm

The Milky Way Rising over Mt. Everest
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Iridium flares in real-time

Postby Thierry Legault » Mon Nov 24, 2014 8:15 am

Hello
usually Iridium flares are photographed in long exposures, last summer I have filmed 3 of them in the Big Dipper and Orion (over a pond that reflects the flare), with the Sony A7s at 12800 iso(!). This new camera shows a very low noise, the best level of all existing DSLRs.

In video you can see the real speed of the flares :D

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby arcticlight » Tue Dec 02, 2014 9:26 pm

Hi,

here is my submission for APOD/video, my latest film, a 4min compilation of realtime video done of the northern lights in Norway.
This is how the aurora really looks, not like most time-lapses which moves way too fast.

Most of the time auroras move slowly and majestic, however, occasionally, if you are lucky, you will witness an enormous corona or a furious fast display, like I did, and captured on real-time film :) - Such a displays are rare to witness, even worse to fasten on film, and would be impossible to display using still image/time-lapse.

Ole Salomonsen
email: post(at)arcticlightphoto.no
[url]http:/www.arcticlightphoto.no[/url]


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Yaogan triplets

Postby Thierry Legault » Thu Dec 04, 2014 9:40 pm

Hello

Yaogan triplets are Chinese reconnaissance satellites flying at 1100km in groups of 3 separated by about 100km (5°). Here are two triplets taken with the Sony A7s, Yoagan 16 A/B/C passing over M31, the Pleiades, the Hyades, the Orion nebula, with a flare at the beginning. Second is Yaogan 20 A/B/C passing over M31 just before disappearing in the shadow of the Earth.

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Postby Sandgirl » Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:58 pm

Geminids meteor shower
Copyrights: Matipon Tangmatitham
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Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy 28th December 2014

Postby philhart » Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:55 pm



Varying airglow hard to deal with but you can still see the disconnected tail moving back and a bright ray form at about 2 o'clock from the nucleus.

2014-12-28 1425 UT
Takahashi Epsilon 160 530mm f3.3
CDS-5D (Central DS modified Canon 5D Mark III)
A sequence of 90 exposures each 2 mins at ISO2500 was used to create this video. Processed using PixInsight, Adobe After Effects and Lightroom.

Phil

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Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy 29th December 2014

Postby philhart » Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:16 am



2014-12-29 1450 UT
Takahashi Epsilon 160 530mm f3.3
CDS-5D (Central DS modified Canon 5D Mark III)
A sequence of 85 exposures of 2 mins each at ISO2500 was used to create this video using Adobe Lightroom, After Effects and PixInsight.

Phil

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby thomas_appere » Wed Dec 31, 2014 4:00 pm

An animation I made with 24 mosaics of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko taken between 19 November and 3 December 2014. Each mosaic is composed of 4 NavCam pictures. These images were taken while Rosetta was in a 30-km orbit around the comet. Once on Flickr, to see the animation, click on "Download this photo" then on "View all sizes" then on "Original".
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Thu Jan 01, 2015 6:12 pm

ISS crossing the Moon
Copyrights: Gadi Eidelheit
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