1. JimFox

    Feeding Frenzy

    One aspect of doing Timelapse or Videos that I find very important is the keying of the music to the action in the video/Timelapse. So I spend time looking at the music and getting its tempo changes to match what’s happening. And that’s a case in this video also. I had an idea after watching...
  2. JimFox

    Tranquil Times

    Another in my on going AquaScape series of video's of one of my aquariums. There is some new fish in the tank now. I am really liking female Betta's and picked up a few new ones. I like that you can have more then one in a tank, and if you are selective you can still find some pretty colorful...
  3. JimFox

    Peaceful Fish

    This last week I set up one my new used Nikon D810 in front of one of the aquariums. This one is a 10 gallon. My goal here was another just peaceful relaxing scene with the fish. There is no zooming or transitions because I didn't want anything to disturb the peace. :) As a note, this was a 5...
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    Something Fishy

    Up at Fern Lake in the Rocky Mountain National Park last year. It's an easy hike up to it, and it's beautiful in it's surroundings. I went for the reflection shot. Sometimes when the sky can get reflected in an image I feel like I don't need the real sky since the imagination can piece it...
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    Rest and Relax with the 10 Gallon Aquarium

    I spent a bit of time taking video of the 10 gallon aquarium with my Nikon D850 in 4k. Since my idea is for a relaxing and peaceful video I put this together with about 20 second long clips. My thinking is that if I change to a new clip too often then it won't seem as relaxing since visually...
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    Time to Relax

    For something completely different I decided to video one of my aquariums. This was my first time doing this, so I already have a list of things I will work on to improve for next time, but I thought this was a good start. It's a 4k video shot with my Nikon D850. All comments are welcome, that...
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