Move with Rhino
Episode 11: Shooting a long exposure daytime time-lapse
For this week, we wanted to show you guys how to shoot a long exposure daytime time-lapse. We shot this in downtown Seattle at Pike Place Market. It was bustling and lots of people were walking around so we decided to shoot an episode. This episode's purpose was to show you how to achieve that time/speed altering look in your cinematic video.
Check out the video below to see what it looks like!
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What did we shoot with? (Equipment)
- A Camera: Sony a7s
- B Camera: Sony a7sii
- Lens: Rokinon lens pack
- Monitor: SmallHD 501
- Slider: 24" Rhino Slider Evo Carbon w/ Motion + Arc
- Audio: RodeLink Wireless Lav Kit
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