My first timelapse on the Canon EOS M using Magic Lantern Nightly (and in 4K!).
Each shot was taken 5 sec. apart, and over 850+ shots were taken, but only 800 were used. 800/24 (framerate) gets about 33 and 1/3 seconds of footage.
My post workflow was very lenghty. Copy RAW files to the computer, then open all in Photoshop, and make adjustments to the images. After that export the image to TIFF files. Open the TIFF files as an image sequence in QuickTime Pro 7. Export the image sequence using the Animation Codec (Huge File Sizes!) into a movie file. Finally convert the movie file to ProRes 422 for editing in Premiere, where light grading was done with Colorista Free.
Testing the dynamic range of the Canon EOS M. There really isn’t any story to this video, more of just a test to see how close I could get it to the look of the movie Drive.
Shot on the Canon EOS M with 22mm kit at f/2.
Graded in Premiere with FilmConvert and Colorista Free
Music: The Echelon Effect – 17 Mile Drive
A short piece a shot while at the USS Midway in San Diego.
Shot on the Canon EOS M with 22mm f.2 lens.
Graded in FilmConvert
Music: The Echelon Effect – Tracking Aeroplanes