Gimbal Hyperlapse Test and Timelapse in Seattle

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Another cold night in December cruising around downtown with Jeremy Dubs of Cascade Creatives.  We were stacking time lapse shots and looking for places to test walking hyper lapses with the camera on a gimbal instead of tripod or handheld.  The key is to find that sweet spot shutter speed to get motion blur on moving objects but still have everything else be somewhat sharp.  

Walking forward with a handheld gimbal made it hard to keep the vanishing point from swaying side to side a bit.  Most likely would be easier with a 2 hand grip attached.  Stepping sideways slowly with the camera in a fixed position did provide better results.  Many more to come!