Author Archives: Brusca

Nikon D800 and the Time-lapse Features

As described in the Nikon D800 specs here the camera has a built in intervalometer, meaning it can handle time-lapse photography.  No surprises there, but will it be the same system as the new D4. (more…)
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Australia!

Well some of you may have noticed I have been a bit quiet in my posts as compared to the norm. That's because I have been on the road since early December 2011. (more…)
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HDR The Bare Bones

Recently I discussed in a post an introduction to Photomatix Pro. A brilliant piece of software that handles the post processing of HDR images.  (more…)
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My Australian Time-lapse Film (in progress)

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I have been busy travelling this great country we call Australia and sometimes it can be difficult to find the power to write and record posts. (more…)
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How Did They Do That!?

How did they capture these flowers blooming in consistent light? Wouldn't you, and I love to know. Life of flowers is a master piece. I can comfortably handle the technical side of capturing the time-lapse but for one want to know how they captured these flowers blooming in what appears to be consistent studio light. (more…)
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Aputure Remote

I'm currently on the road but thats not stopping me from putting up video posts. (more…)
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Nikon D4 and Time-lapse?

If you weren't under a rock or out in a desert in the last week (< like I was) then you would have noticed the announcement of the D4. (more…)
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Circumpolar Stars

In short circumpolar stars are stars that never set over the horizon line. over time all other stars appear to rotate around these stars. (more…)
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Canon DSLR Intervalometer List

Firstly let me just point out I am not primarily a Canon shooter so I'm going off some research I have done and do apologise (more…)
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Pre Lake Mungo

This is a blog post pre trip out to Lake Mungo. As a few you would know I am currently on a trek through OZ in my humble camper lugging my gear through this amazing countryside here in Australia. (more…)
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