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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Awesome job. Those videos are great.
    Ok, but I've gotta ask how you did those on the camera end of things...
    Did you use a regular DSLR, tripod, and remote?
    And did you take the photos every X amount of seconds manually? or do you have some sort of device/timer you can hook up to the camera to have it automatically take the photos at certain intervals?

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Fantastic!

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Great vids... any way to get these turned into gifs?

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Cool vids. Really liked the second one, thanks for sharing.
    Just another DL fan

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Quote Originally Posted by Awesome View Post
    Awesome job. Those videos are great.
    Ok, but I've gotta ask how you did those on the camera end of things...
    Did you use a regular DSLR, tripod, and remote?
    And did you take the photos every X amount of seconds manually? or do you have some sort of device/timer you can hook up to the camera to have it automatically take the photos at certain intervals?
    I used a canon 7D, with a tripod, and remote.
    The remote is also the timer, I just input the intervals I want.
    Each shot I've set up with different intervals, exposure times, and in post I also play around with the speed of which each shot is played back at.

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Excellent job
    Love it.

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Wow, that second video you posted is absolutely amazing! I love the carousel time lapses. What an awesome idea! (: Thanks so much for sharing!!
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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    These videos are simply amazing! I watched this one a few times:



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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Thanks again everyone. I hope to have something really cool in the next 2 weeks. It's going to be epic! ;-)

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Amazing videos. Looking forward to more!

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    Awesome Vids!


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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    My favorite part was (on the second video) the night shots! they look beautiful!also im glad to see something diferent for a chance! ! oh..for I would be watching and waiting for more of your videos *subscribes to your channel*

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    Re: Fantasmic in 12 seconds! (Time-lapse video of show)

    love these! do you get any trouble from CMs about your tripod?
    "And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by" (John Masefield)



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