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David Schonauer

Spotlight: Epic Rain; the Lure of Dog Sledding, and a Family Drama in Ski Country

By David Schonauer   Monday December 14, 2020

There are rainstorms. And then there is the deluge captured in a video by Peter Maier. Two and a half years ago, Maier, the creator of the Visit Austria Instagram page, captured an epic cloudburst from the Alpengasthof Bergfried hotel in Carinthia, Austria. Only recently did his video go viral, however, garnering millions of views. We feature it today in our December video roundup, …   Read the full Story >>

Spotlight: An October Collection of Time Lapse and Other Motion Projects

By David Schonauer   Thursday October 29, 2020

Nothing captures the march of time like time lapse. Today's collection of videos features measures time across a changing urban landscape and across the vastness of the cosmos. Photographer Keith Loutit spent 988 days between 2012 and 2020 shooting thousands of different perspectives on the island nation of Singapore, while NASA released at time-lapse video showing an exploding star 70-million light-years from Earth. Meanwhile, …   Read the full Story >>

How To: Remove Noise from Audio, Create Slow Shutter Speed Timelapses; Edit Timelapse Video, and more

By David Schonauer   Monday September 21, 2020

Your video needs better audio. And in today's roundup of filmmaking tutorials from around the web you find some help on that score. YouTuber Mike Russell shows how to use Adobe Audition (part of Creative Cloud) to remove background noise from your video's audio track. You also learn how to remove distracting visual elements from your video using the content aware fill tool in …   Read the full Story >>

See It Now: Drone Video Shows San Francisco Looking Like 'Bladerunner 2049'

By David Schonauer   Monday September 14, 2020

Just when you thought 2020 couldn't get worse, it got worse. The wildfires raging in California, Oregon and Washington State have killed 23 people (as of yesterday), destroyed hundreds of homes and caused the evacuations of thousands. The fires have also filled skies with so much smoke that experts have issued health warnings. Photographers, meanwhile, have been capturing the eerily red and orange skies …   Read the full Story >>

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