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    Default All Aboard: Abandoned train carriages in Norfolk.


    So there is a number of train carriages hidden away in Norfolk. Some of them are not accessible, however it is well worth a visit with a few first class carriages, a second class carriage and a rather cool stoneblower (not actually in the video). It certainly brings back some childhood memories visiting these carriages.





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    Another quality video. That's some smooth camera movement.


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    Thanks a lot. Got to keep it smooth.

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    Brilliant video, lads good work

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    Just one guy. Thanks a lot.

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    Nice! Out of interest, are you using a panoramic timelapse mount for the rotating shots and a dolly for the panning/slide shots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreddieValentine View Post
    Nice! Out of interest, are you using a panoramic timelapse mount for the rotating shots and a dolly for the panning/slide shots?
    Thanks a lot.
    The panning thing is a cheap clockwork one. No good for long exposures. The slide shots are with a slider.

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    Nice work...
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    I just think I broke my jaw, it hit the floor with a proper crack, my tongue lolled out and got covered in carpet fluff:(

    This is an amazing film, I'm not blowing smoke up your arse dude I'm just sayin how it is!

    Fantastic start!!! Has that got a technical name for that mental seating arrangement type of movement, you know, like a time lapse kinda style?? I love it!!! The smooth transitions, did you use a dolly? Great choice in music too, really complements the film, not overpowering...you have a real talent for film making;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    I just think I broke my jaw, it hit the floor with a proper crack, my tongue lolled out and got covered in carpet fluff:(

    This is an amazing film, I'm not blowing smoke up your arse dude I'm just sayin how it is!

    Fantastic start!!! Has that got a technical name for that mental seating arrangement type of movement, you know, like a time lapse kinda style?? I love it!!! The smooth transitions, did you use a dolly? Great choice in music too, really complements the film, not overpowering...you have a real talent for film making;)
    Thanks so much. That's great to hear. I used a slider for the movement.
    I guess the beginning is could be called stop motion, but basically Yeah it's a timelapse. The moment I heard the intro to the music I new it would fit so well.

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