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360° video timelape of a sunrise

When I am shooting sunrise timelapse I am always puzzled by which direction should I shoot, to sunrise, side of sunrise or from sunrise. Now I’ve tested a 360° video cam: 360fly cam and it can be done to shoot everydirection at once and viewer can pick and choose which way to watch the sunrise. 360fly hasn’t the best IQ but for the price it’s pretty good, and easy to use. It has own software 360 Director which can upload straight to Facebook or Youtube or 360fly’s own website for sharing. Best part is that you can directly upload to youtube and it works great.

For this timelapse I had to export video from 360 Director to hard drive then import it to Adobe Premiere where I speeded up the video quite much and then export it to hard drive again and import it back to 360 Director. From where I export it straight to youtube.

Burning skyscape.

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I have to say one great thing about being work where I am at the moment has many benefits, but huge one is that we do get to see most spectacular views. Sunrises and sunsets. This photo was taken ten minutes ago and it’s now gone. Sky is all blueish gray and no sunshine anymore and rain front is coming from the sea too.

Here’s a short video too:

August Thunderstorm compilation.

It was quite fascinating to watch as the storm front approached from the west towards our balcony. I started shooting video in hope to catch awesome lightning, but as it moved over our building I was lucky to point my camera to right direction to catch some of the lightnings in the video.

37th American Car Show Walk Around Video

I managed to take a quick walk around video also and this is just a “raw” as it gets. Tried Youtube video editor and not bad. Although it takes a time to have all the effects, sounds and text to render, it was easy and “fast” to use. You can add royalty free music, basic fades and rolling texts.

Tough made

On a 15th of September we went for a Lakeside Cruising and I took two Opticam Extreme HDMax 2 cameras with me. The other was on a C-pillar on a drivers side from the start and I added the second one on a last leg to passengers side, just behind front wheel next to side emblem. I had a feeling that it wouldn’t last whole leg and sure enough about 15 minutes in I got a call from a friend that was driving about ten cars behind of us and he asked is my camera shock proof? I knew immediately that it was that second one. Luckily it kept filming whole time and captured that fall too… Here’s a link to that video.

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