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Panda Posted - 08/01/2010 : 18:43:02
Just created a new video and would appreciate some comments before I make some more.

My aim etc is in the description on the youtube link.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlGA2POL8EU for HQ version (best)
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pierre Posted - 09/01/2010 : 12:49:12
yes maybe a short fade effect?

Brilliant work :o)
ddraig Posted - 09/01/2010 : 12:37:10
Absolutely brilliant!! especially like the grasshopper and ponies, transitional effects might work between pics.
Darryl Posted - 09/01/2010 : 11:22:54
How about introducing some movement using something like the 'Ken Burns Effect'. Most slideshow software seem to include this sort of option or if using video editing software you can create the movement yourelf.


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Panda Posted - 08/01/2010 : 22:23:39
lol ok, here we go:

Southern hawker (dragonfly) - town park
Orange tip butterfly - down that 'flooding' part bottom of Peacehaven
Broad-bodied chaser (dragonfly) - Sirhowy woodlands
Green-veined white butterfly - Sirhowy woodlands
7 spotted ladybug - Bryn bach park
Mallard ducklings - Bryn bach park
Tawny Grisette mushroom - St James forest
Unknown froglet (on my finger!) - Sirhowy woodlands
Peacock butterfly - My garden/Georgetown
Unknown grasshopper - Sirhowy woodlands
Some unknown bug I've yet to I.D - Bryn bach park
Common blue butterfly - Bryn bach park
Ponies - Cefn golau pond
Broad-bodied chaser (dragonfly) - Bryn bach park
2 Green-veined white butterflies mating - Sirhowy woodlands

Can provide a more accurate location if requested, along with scientific names and all that jazz

-P

pierre Posted - 08/01/2010 : 22:09:02
Yes please mate, also if you can remember where you took them please ?
Panda Posted - 08/01/2010 : 22:02:29
quote:
Originally posted by uncle bob

A superb set of images panda, please let us know camera, lens etc.
How about all creatures great and small
or is that a little to obvious




Using a 40D, most of those were taken with the sigma 100mm macro, or 70-300,

Want me to name those species in the vid?
uncle bob Posted - 08/01/2010 : 20:40:18
A superb set of images panda, please let us know camera, lens etc.
How about all creatures great and small
or is that a little to obvious
gatekeeper Posted - 08/01/2010 : 19:18:54
very good stills. you got the eye alright.
pierre Posted - 08/01/2010 : 19:15:33
Nice work mate :o)
GOM Posted - 08/01/2010 : 18:48:43
Great pics and very well done are they all the members of the council?


Just kidding good work






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