Timelapse of houses in Garett Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky Pt. 3

Last day and conclusion Click here for part 1 Click here for part 2 On my final morning of the trip I woke up around 10:30 a.m., walked across the street to a Burger King, had breakfast, and then backtracked down the main road to an active coal tipple that could be seen from the […]

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Lynch Coal Tipple

Eastern Kentucky Pt. 2

Days three and four Click here for part 1 I woke up around 10 a.m. checked out of the hotel and contemplated driving back home.  “I’m not sure what’s wrong with my car, and I don’t want to get stuck out here.  It’s also cold and if I leave now assuming the car holds out […]

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Whitesburg Downtown

Eastern Kentcky Pt. 1

Days one and two. In late 2009 I was riding in the back of a van headed to a mountaintop removal site in eastern Kentucky to get some interviews for a video.  Having never been to this area before I loved getting to look out the windows and see the scenery.  As we got further […]

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Magic Arm without Accessories

Magic Arms

Overview Few pieces of gear are as versatile and useful as the Manfrotto Magic Arm.  It’s rated to hold objects up to 6.61lbs (3Kg) in about any position you can think of.  I bought my first Magic Arm in 2008 and I’m still finding new ways to use it.  Most pieces of gear have some […]

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GH2 in video mode

How to: Basic Timelapse

There are two fundamental ways to make a timelapse, one is by shooting video and the other is by taking a series of photos.  I think the easiest way is the video method.  To do this you’ll need a few pieces of gear and software, but before going any further this is the end product […]

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