Capturing Acadia

August 31, 2020
August 31, 2020

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Acadia National Park has always been a bucket list item for me and now that I’ve been, it’s pretty clear I’ll need the season pass! This place is magical! Have you ever been?

This area is a dream for landscape photographers because of the beautiful scenery, mountains, and rocky shores. It is AMAZING for astrophotographers like me because of its incredibly dark skies! I’m a bit obsessed with learning new things and am always pushing myself to hit the next level. I’m not sure if you can relate because it can be both a blessing and a curse!?

I’ll be showing you some of my favorite time lapses and sequences from Acadia National Park, all shot on the Sony A7S3, which has phenomenal low light performance and the Sony A7R4,  my go to camera, for time lapses pretty much since it came out. Now, if you’re a photographer or a videographer who likes shooting low light scenes, then chances are, you know all about these two amazing cameras for Sony. I recently partnered with Rhino Sliders, and I now have the pleasure of owning this ARC II Ultimate Slider Bundle.

What is this crazy contraption you might be asking?

Rhino Arc II is a compact 4-axis motorized pan/tilt/focus head that enables you to capture unreal video and time-lapse shots. I also use it with my businesses for behind the scenes, talking head videos, product marketing videos, and so much more.

But to be honest, these time lapses and fun projects like this are what I’m really interested in.

I plan to make more in-depth videos about these products, so please take a quick second to like and subscribe to my Youtube channel so you get notified when they come out.

If you’re interested in my gear, please visit my page: https://danielfield.photography/gear

Oh, and I knew there was going to be a solar eclipse the morning I left, but I had a seven hour drive and the forecast was cloudy and it was supposed to be fairly low to the horizon.

I thought about stopping somewhere special to capture it, but I was too excited to get up to Acadia. I didn’t expect to watch so much of it on my way while driving east. The GoPro on the front of the car doesn’t do it justice, but my view on the way up was the perfect way to kick off this epic adventure.

My friend Nick from Stoney Creek, even met me up there. And then all this happened.

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Acadia National Park has always been a bucket list item for me and now that I’ve been, it’s pretty clear I’ll need the season pass! This place is magical! Have you ever been?

This area is a dream for landscape photographers because of the beautiful scenery, mountains, and rocky shores. It is AMAZING for astrophotographers like me because of its incredibly dark skies! I’m a bit obsessed with learning new things and am always pushing myself to hit the next level. I’m not sure if you can relate because it can be both a blessing and a curse!?

I’ll be showing you some of my favorite time lapses and sequences from Acadia National Park, all shot on the Sony A7S3, which has phenomenal low light performance

and the Sony A7R4,  my go to camera, for time lapses pretty much since it came out.

Now, if you’re a photographer or a videographer who likes shooting low light scenes, then chances are, you know all about these two amazing cameras for Sony.

I recently partnered with Rhino Sliders, and I now have the pleasure of owning this ARC II Ultimate Slider Bundle.

What is this crazy contraption you might be asking?

Rhino Arc II is a compact 4-axis motorized pan/tilt/focus head that enables you to capture unreal video and time-lapse shots. I also use it with my businesses for behind the scenes, talking head videos, product marketing videos, and so much more.

But to be honest, these time lapses and fun projects like this are what I’m really interested in.

I plan to make more in-depth videos about these products, so please take a quick second to like and subscribe to my Youtube channel so you get notified when they come out.

If you’re interested in my gear, please visit my page: https://danielfield.photography/gear

Oh, and I knew there was going to be a solar eclipse the morning I left, but I had a seven hour drive and the forecast was cloudy and it was supposed to be fairly low to the horizon.

I thought about stopping somewhere special to capture it, but I was too excited to get up to Acadia. I didn’t expect to watch so much of it on my way while driving east. The GoPro on the front of the car doesn’t do it justice, but my view on the way up was the perfect way to kick off this epic adventure.

My friend Nick from Stoney Creek, even met me up there. And then all this happened.

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