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To preview all of my clips, feel free to subscribe to my YouTube Channel at:http://www.youtube.com/user/Beachfrontprod

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This free HD stock footage clip offered is my travels along my local expressways at night. This was shot on a Canon Powershot S95 using the CHDK modification to allow it to act as an intervalometer.

Please visit my blog to see all of my stock video footage offered for Free use:beachfrontprod.blogspot.com

Please visit my blog to see all of my stock video footage offered for Free use:beachfrontprod.blogspot.com

To preview all of my clips, feel free to subscribe to my YouTube Channel at:http://www.youtube.com/user/Beachfrontprod

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Got my hands on a turntable the other day and wanted to offer up a few shots. These videos were shot using a Canon EOS Rebel T2i and a Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Macro Lens.

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It took me a while to capture this clip once I decided I wanted to do it. You would be shocked at the sliver of sky this footage actually catches. I had many failed attempts while I waited for the perfect cloud cover. The speed of the clouds passing is also magnified, considering they only pass through a small portion of the frame. It is enhanced by the reflection moving in the opposite direction. Quite tricky, but it was a great chance to test out my circular polarizer.

This was my first time doing a time lapse of the nighttime sky. I was out of town in a remote area, and had a great chance to catch this. Even though it turned out great, I also learned quite a bit that I will apply to more clips if I ever have the chance to again. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the 2 satellites that pass by in the clip. This video was shot using a Canon EOS Rebel T2i and a Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Lens.

I was fortunate enough to land myself in New York City a few months ago and managed to bring my camera along. While performing other duties, I managed to grab a few time lapses that I hope would be helpful to some people. This first one at dusk is in Manhattan.

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I have been experimenting with a couple of general effects and thought it might be kind of cool to create my own "Light Leak". These videos are used traditionally as an overlay and helps transition between clips. They give a very nostalgic effect to your footage, and really helps those people going for that "instagram" like look in their video. I went about creating it a little differently and stacked 2 lenses to give myself a slight pinhole of exposure. People can now scale the leak to any size as well as position it any way they'd like to get the desired effect.

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