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Old December 4th, 2009, 07:11 AM   #1
7D Nature short
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Another short that I shot with the Canon 7D. Its a dreary time of year here in Upstate New York. Not much light or color. Very short days. I went to a waterfall not too far from my house that has an old abandoned mill next to it.

I used the indiSlider in a lot of these shots to add some interest. I call this piece NOVEMBER GRAY, though in reality, the 7D captured alot of color in these scenes! It continues to amaze me. I also shot this one at 1080 24p. I used the stock lens that came in the kit for some of the closeups of the waterfall. Its the 28-135 f.3.5-5.8 IS Canon Lens. Its tack sharp and the depth of field is quite nice when you are zoomed in, even though it's only a f5.8 lens at that point.

I did some color correction, mainly to adjust white balance, I was shooting so early after sun up that the color temperature was changing quite rapidly.

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Excellent camera work, very impressed, at 1:00, did you push the slider and rack focus at the same time? if so how many time did you shoot that or are you just good? (-:
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Very well done, you made a gray day look inviting.
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Excellent work!
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Really nice stuff!!!
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Thanks guys! Khoi...it was my third attemp showing in the finished video! It was indeed a challenge. But I use a rubber band around the base of the head on the indiSlider, using this to pull it along the track smoothes out the slides by quite a bit. It also moves one of your hands further away from the whole unit, making it more comfortable to use your other hand for focus pulling. Still quite a challenge, especially with the small LCD on the 7D and my focus hand right on the lens.
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