This is a stop motion/time lapse video project that was filmed on the north end of the Big Island of Hawai'i. It took over 12,000 RAW images edited in Lightroom and then composed into a timeline in Final Cut Pro X to make this movie. Total project time for a 1 minute movie like this was about 2 weeks!
This video was shot in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i at several different locations around town using a Nikon D7000 and Canon 7D. This was a project for a book series for Shorebreak Church on the Big Island. my good friend Chris Ward helped out a ton with the editing and grading on this shoot. The idea behind a shoot like this was to capture the topics that the book of Ecclesiastes covers and to keep it between 30-60 seconds.
A short promotional video about my brothers fishing guide service. Shot on Donner Lake using GoPro and Atomos Ninja Assassin footage from a Nikon D810 with a 70-200 F2.8. Viewable on Vimeo in up to 4K resolution!
This is a short video I put together from my travels this year. All the clips in this video are pictures from my Nikon D810 RAW files. They were all edited in Lightroom for cropping and color grading, exported as 8K image sequences, ingested into Motion and exported as 8K time lapse videos at 24fps in ProRes 4444 codec. They were then taken into Final Cut Pro X where the timeline was constructed and the video was then exported in it's final form.