btw, he did not take his own sweet time to shoot each frames, the camera is set on timelapse mode, he has to move into position before the next frame fire.
he does state his interval is around 5 secs.
or use CineSkates
CineSkates: Smooth tracking video for your GorillaPod Focus – Joby Blog
but cineskates on gorillapod are quite short..
Lol yeah. hope he will reply on how he goes about doing the motion
Also some of the shots are shot in the flyer, which in itself is providing the change of perspective as well as the motion..
edit... this is his post in one of his other video...
description in a nutshell:
Single-shot (stop Motion), the order is: the place from where the filming should ideally be flat and preferably with the tile (as it is convenient to measure at regular intervals between the frames and follow the exact trajectory), it is best to shoot from a tripod with ball head. more important to aim accurately in each frame (you must choose on a subject component, which is stable and not moving nothing overlaps and will not be lost) by aiming layfviyu and 10x. the horizon is also important to watch, of course, need a remote control with timer. Well then necessarily stabilizing in AE. (Google Translator)"
AE refers to Adobe After Effects.
Last edited by daredevil123; 3rd April 2012 at 09:00 PM.
Very impressive. All these within 5 days?!? I wonder how many rounds of flyer he took to complete the shots. Hard to believe if it is not sponsored in some way or another.