The project started in 2012 with my first experiments with timelapse techniques. At that time I was just beginning to look for ways to capture as much emotion as possible from the atmosphere of the city where I was born, through the visuals. After the 2nd video first showed in January 2014 and won several awards afterwards, I started working on a short film. In 2017, the main filming was completed, but due to circumstances, the project went into the archive. In 2018, a short video based on the draft version of the film was released.
And now, three years later, the film has been completely remastered. And the author of the music, as originally intended, was the talented Russian composer Sergei Ivanov.
The film was shot on Sony A6300, Sony A7s, Sony A77v, Sony A65, Konica-Minolta Z3, Blackmagic Production Camera 4K EF, Panasonic GH5 and Xiaomi Mi Drone 4K.
You can listen to the composer's works here
Does anyone else have an issue with excessive spotting on photos with their mirrorless camera?
I have a Sony Alpha a7 iii used mainly with a single E-mount G-series lens with a Hoya DMC UV filter... But in recent months I've noticed that I am editing out dozens of spots from marks - on the lens or perhaps from the camera. I've tried cleaning the filter, the lens, blowing out dust from the other end of the lens/inside camera but a lot of these marks/spots remain. I rarely change lenses.
I previously used Canon DSLR cameras & lenses and never had the problem to the extent I am having now. Any ideas? Is this a 'feature' of mirrorless cameras??
This was one of the first shots of the day shooting near the Edenvale Winery. We didn't have a lot of time to prepare but Khalia was an amazing subject and had wonderful grace and movement. It wasn't easy wrangling that dress but she did a fantastic job. As the birthplace of the Oregon pear industry there were lot of great spots throughout the vineyard and orchard areas, but this one called out to us from the moment we got there.
Photo by Raymond Craig
Tamron 28-75mm at f4
Godox flash with Westcott modifier
I’m struggling with my a7r iii : how do you remove images from both cards at the same time? I shoot simultaneously to both cards but when I remove a picture from SD 1, it stays on SD 2. Or is there a way to sync the backup card to the primary card?
Also, for speed I sometimes end up disabling SD2, but could find how to backup those files or folders after the shot... any help?