The Address – Timelapse

posted by Firas Sameer on January 23, 2011 in Blog Videography with 10 comments
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Two days back, when I saw the sky were cloudy I decided to do something specially when here in Dubai its rare to have such a nice weather during the year only for a couple of weeks, I prepared all my photography stuff, also I have charged the batteries very well, I made a couple of time-lapse videos but I will share soon once I got all the required footage’s.

While I was shooting other locations in Dubai mall I noticed that the Address tower looks awesome with the clouds and all the stuff so I’ve standed on the correct location and started capturing the scene.

As usual I used my Canon 550D but with the below accessories spending around an hour of photos capturing:

  • Lens: 10 – 20 mm Canon
  • Tripod: Manfrotto

I also used the below tools for the editing:

  • Adobe After Effects CS5
  • Adobe Premier  CS5
  • TimeLapse animation: Quick Time

I used the music titled Kyrie Eleison by Solveig’s Song and it took me around 6 hours to complete everything, I hope you like the video as I do.

Do you think the coming videos will be better than this one?

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