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I didn't get to do as many time lapses as I would have liked at Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando, Florida on August 12-15, but here is one more.

These are the crowds moving around in front of the main Celebration (exhibitor) Hall.


 
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A few other websites out there have been posting this video of mine so I figured I might as well put it on my own site too!

This shows several of the very talented voice actors from Star Wars The Clone Wars doing what they do best during a panel at Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando.

Featured in this are Tom Kane (voice of Yoda) doing his spot-on Morgan Freeman voice and James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi) doing a LOT of other impressions. Even if you are not a Star Wars fan, take a few minutes and watch this. It is very impressive what these guys can do.


 
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Here is a quick-and-dirty timelapse I did at softball practice last night. I really just did this to get used to the process of setting up the camera equipment as well as how to work with the software to put it all together.

I had my old EOS 20D attached to the fence in the dugout with a gorillapod. I was using a rented Tokina 10-17mm lens. You can see some of the fence, but that was hard to avoid in order to keep the gear safe behind it.

More to come in the coming weeks!


 
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The last of my HD videos from my recent trip down the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. This is of the 12 Apostles, easily the most popular of the many scenic spots there. As with the others, this was shot with a Canon EOS 7D so be sure to watch it in HD mode.

 


 
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Another video in the series taken along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia with the Canon EOS 7D.
You can learn more about this location here.


 
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This was actually my first real attempt at shooting some scenic video. The challenge with this one (other that still learning the basics of shooting and editing video) is that you were restricted to boardwalks around the area. No matter how sturdy your tripod is, when tourists go stomping behind you, you're going to get some shaky shots. Thankfully it wasn't a very crowded day. As with the others, this was shot with the Canon EOS 7D.



 
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So I recently had the chance to take the new EOS 7D's HD video feature for a spin along one of the most scenic drives in the world...The Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. Here is the first of a few short movies I put together. As I have zero video background it's going to take some getting used to shooting and editing it. Enjoy!

 

 


 

 

 
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