The original footage has been taken from a Full- HD movie. I exported some frames of the film to individual images and used Photoshop CS6 to create this
cinemagraph (in fact it’s an animated GIF image).
View over Husavik harbour
Lessons learned: Use a tripod!
As I didn’t use a tripod in the shoot, I had to align each of the images to minimize the movement between frames.
Kipon manufactures an adapter which enables you to mount any lens with a Nikon F-mount to your Sony NEX camera
Skógafoss is a waterfall in the south of Iceland. With a width of 25 meters (approx. 82 feet) it drops 60 meters (approx. 200 feet) over the former coastline.
Gatklettur is a rock formation in the west of Iceland. It is located near Arnarstapi on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland.
Here is another little gallery from todays journey.
The Reschensee (Italian: Lago di Resia) is an artificial lake in South Tyrol (Italy).
Víti (which is icelandic for 'hell') is a crater lake in the vulcanic area of the Krafla vulcano.
The geysir Strokkur is located in the geothermal area of the Great Geysir in the valley of Haukadalur.
Some information about the SLR Magic 35/f1.7 lens and how to use it on the Sony NEX camera series.
Some images from our trip to the Eldgjá canyon.
Tilt experiments with Kipon Tilt adapter for Nikon
Rainbow at Skógafoss in Iceland
Standing at Gatklettur, a rock formation near Arnarstapi
From Hverarönð over Víti (Krafla) and Leirhnjúkur into
Reprojected Hallgrímskirkja (Reykjavík, Iceland)
Standing on the frozen solid Reschensee (South Tyrol)
Reprojected spherical panorama at Víti (Krafla, Iceland).
Standing at geysir Strokkur (Iceland)
SLR Magic 35/f1.7 on Sony NEX 5
To Eldgjá canyon and back again