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Very nice. Reminds me the early 70s when I lived out west and had visited most of those places. Besides the obvious places like Yosemite, Monument Valley, Arches natl. monument, etc., they seem to favor the Joshua Tree park which is very nice and close to Palm Springs. There were also some pictures of the Anza Borrego desert. The lake shores they showed were difficult to identify.
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New great game - how can I upgrade video card for SFF box? I have a HP s5-1020 computer, small and neat but not much power. Graphics are adequate. BUT I just got Mass Effect Trilogy for Xmas. Looks like video will not run. The chipset on standard box is Intel G4 (?) and case is too small to add in something better (GE Force or ATI card).
Is there any way...
Time-Lapse Video of The Pacific Northwest Made Using 260,000 Photos Portland, Oregon photographer John Eklund of The Art of Time-Lapse spent over a year visiting numerous locations in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and captured an approximate total of 260,000 photographs of the incredible scenery, which he then turned into his beautiful time-lapse video...
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http://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2011/10/medium_vidthum2.jpghttp://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2011/10/medium_29950141.jpg Gizmodo friend and amazing filmmaker and photographer Vincent Laforet says that...
Time lapse video software I have a DV camera and want to make some time lapse videos without literally recording days worth of video.
I want to do some "time progressing" films which would require like shots that last for 3 days.
I'd be using my miniDV sony camera with ilink/ firewire
Using the normal raw miniDV...