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    Tom, that's some amazing work there. Guess I know who my go-to guy will be if I ever find myself needing some kickass timelapse footage. :)
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    It's a frikkin mystery why no one has approached you yet. If you ever get it out on BD, I'm buying it.
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    Tom,

    PM me a rough list of your needs, in terms of money and/or technical and logistical support and I'll pass it along to some people I know. If they are interested, I'll also need a very good HD version of your best clips.
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    How the eeeeeeeefff did you do these shots? You blew my mind!!!



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    If it were me, I'd figure out a way to show this in 4K on the projectors at NAB. They want to show off and sell their projectors to the same types of people that could help you out.

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    Always awesome. Your timelapse stuff never ceases to amaze.
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    the shots when you drive your car are amazing. I am curious about how you have achieved it.
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    Great Job, Tom. It's only a matter time before the right person sees this, If I had any money to invest in someone you would be the first person I would call. Best of luck and keep up the great work. I would love to know as well how you accomplished the car shots.
    "People used to stare at fires. Now they watch TV. We need to see moving images, especially after dinner". - Nuit américaine, La
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    Really nice work Tom. The tracking shots were great.
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    Thanks, guys!

    Most of this was shot on the Canon EF 24mm f/1.4 (Mark I). The night driving stuff was shot at f/1.4 @ ISO 6400, with like 1/2s exposures. The 5D2 is so fast, I can actually hand hold it for star shots.
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