An interesting technique for a timelapse – post processing by adding a mirror filter to skylines of cities.
We asked about cameras and were told:
[source: misa garcia]
I used a bit of everything. The majority of these timelapses were done on an old Canon Rebel using the Canon remote capture software on a laptop. A few using a video camera and a few using a Canon 7D.
Through the past couple years I've shot a decent amount of time-lapses of the Chicago skyline. I figured why not take all of those and throw the same mirror filter that was warmly welcomed by a lot of people on this: www.flickr.com/photos/cshimala/5275838854/
I'm still scratching my head on how long it took me to attend to that dirt spot on my window that shows up too often.
Music: Neon Canyon – Libra
What got me there
Noticed Craig’s work on Flickr first and thought it was very interesting, it looked like he was driving thru a flooded city, he used a simple mirror image effect, split the image horizontally in half, and it gives it a very unique look. I haven’t seen anyone doing this, so I thought it was worth taking a look at it.
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