South Australian Desert

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South Australian Desert

Postby Footprint Productions » Wed Jun 29 2011, 08:27

Hi fellow slappers,

I'm back from another adventure helping raise awareness for Jeff Johnson, who is walking across Australia for NETS (nets.org.au)

While doing that I had quite the trip. Bankstown > Broken Hill > Flinders Ranges > Cameron Corner > Innamincka > Lake Eyre > home.

Whew. 31 hours in 8 days and we camped most of the time .... It helps I have my own fuel support :)

http://matthewquinlan.smugmug.com/2011/ ... 710_z2TNzC

There is another video in the making which I'll share soon, also more info on my documentary coming as well.

Sorry no pic descriptions yet, got too much on ...

Enjoy!

MattQ
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby hawk1 » Wed Jun 29 2011, 09:46

Great shots Matt, you lucky bugga :D
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby harold » Thu Jun 30 2011, 06:03

Those shots are brilliant! What a remarkable adventure that must have been? :D
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby Footprint Productions » Thu Jun 30 2011, 07:28

Thanks guys ... it is a LOT of fun doing these trips.

Regards
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby hawk1 » Thu Jun 30 2011, 11:47

Need someone to boil billy,light fire fly a little?? :lol:
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby Capt Hollywood » Thu Jun 30 2011, 23:39

Some nice shots there mate. I like the mount with the gyros for the 5D MkII in the R44, how did the footage turn out? You should have put together some star trail shots while you were out there with no light pollution. Put this one together a few weeks ago.

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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby black duck » Fri Jul 1 2011, 01:44

How'd you get the camera and tree to rotate at the same rate Hollywood? :?
Great shots Matt, I'm Jealous. I couldn't take a photo to save myself! :roll:
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby Footprint Productions » Sun Jul 3 2011, 02:57

The footage is awesome ... I'll be posting the finished vid later. We mainly focus on timelapse with the stars ... taking pics every 20 - 40 seconds depending on the night.

Here is a random assortment I threw together, all these are the work of my primary camera guy, Keiran James.

http://vimeo.com/25916581

Make sure you watch till the end, there is an super one of Sydney Airport.

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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby bladepitch » Sun Jul 3 2011, 03:29

matt that timelapse video was awesome.

AT 23 -25 seconds you can see two satelites passing throught the sky

that sydney airport shot was the coolest time lapse i think ive seen... well done.

heres matt in person on one of the related vids he posted.

http://vimeo.com/24605747. nice flying mate!
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Re: South Australian Desert

Postby Footprint Productions » Sun Jul 3 2011, 04:49

Hey bladepitch!

Good spot on the satellites, you're going to love the next video.

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