Time Lapse of Yerevan Cascades

posted on 2011.05.29, under Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 7D, Lens, Photos, Video

The Cascades are large.  4 or 5 huge flights of stairs that surely intimidate the lazy and invigorate the CrossFitter.  Going to Yerevan and not climbing the Cascades is like going to the prom and not. . . . not dancing.  I stopped for a couple hours and shot this video on the second highest flight of stairs.

In the distance one can see Mount Ararat, but you better look hard!

I used the Canon 5D, Canon 7D, 16-35mm lens, 70-200mm lens and the Canon Intervalometer.

And…. and I often neglect to mention the other gear – I also used the Think Tank 10 sling bag,
and the Gitzmo tripod with the Induro head.

Here are some gear photos + Cascade and Mount Ararat photos










how did you pan the camera while doing the timelapse? is the induro head controlled by Remote as well?

Nick ( June 1, 2011 at 11:33 am )

    Hi Nick,

    No pan, no tilt, just a good old fashion zoom out using final cut pro.

    sevan ( June 1, 2011 at 12:45 pm )

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