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    where's the video?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    where's the video?
    click the link, seems to play better on my site vs embedded. (also I've never been able to get a link to embed a video file)
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    The linked album doesn't have any videos in it that I can see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frigidlight View Post
    The linked album doesn't have any videos in it that I can see?
    Eric, could it be write pwd protected?

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    nice!

    FYI the embed doesn't work here unless you remove the s in https from youtube's url.

    why's the camera move on the clips from the side of the car? Handheld or mount moving? Also, all gopro? How do you do the "zooms" with it? If it were shot/edited with your sony I'd guess it was with their app that less you zoom timelapse footage...
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    wrong post, nothing to see here

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    nice!

    FYI the embed doesn't work here unless you remove the s in https from youtube's url.
    Not a youtube link (my own)

    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    why's the camera move on the clips from the side of the car? Handheld or mount moving? Also, all gopro? How do you do the "zooms" with it? If it were shot/edited with your sony I'd guess it was with their app that less you zoom timelapse footage...

    If you are talking about the dirt road low angle that was shot with a GoPro on a hand held pole while driving. I have used my suction mount however I have been having issues with it staying on and didn't want to risk the GoPro.

    The time lapse of the sunset on the Kancamagus was done via the GoPro time lapse mode but with an Ken Burns effect added in Final Cut Pro X.

    The zooms on the boat/fire/salamander were manual zoom with the Sony 18-105mm lens. Having a "servo" zoom on that lens makes it a great movie lens for slow zooms as its what I'm use to using at work.

    I need to shoot more video on a regular and get use to editing filming and editing techniques so when I'm traveling or shooting something specific it becomes second nature like photography.

    I will say a GoPro has made my life much easier with some of the "hard to get" location or when shooting anywhere near water.

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    Nice, thanks!
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    Yeah somewhere in the woods at Okemo Mt in Vermont is a GoPro that I lost when a suction cup failed...

    Sweet video though - looks like an awesome trip!

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