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Mesmerizing Timelapse Captures Epic 150km Hiking Journey Created Over a Year
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Dave Fanner, the creator of hyperlapse videos, has spent the past year working on an incredible hyperlapse video that he claims is one of the longest ones ever made.

Instead of the usual highlight reel approach, Fanner decided to showcase the immersive experiences one encounters on a long-distance hike. The video captures Canberra Centenary Trail, a 90-mile walking path around Australia’s capital.

Fanner takes us through various interesting locations in Canberra, including the Parliament House, a cricket match, and even a hot air balloon.

To capture the footage, Fanner used an Insta360 One RS 1-inch camera. He then edited the footage in Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects, where he added motion blur and sped it up.

Fanner also experimented with AI software from Luma AI and plans to incorporate AI technology into his next project. The video features stunning music by Adrien Berenguer via Artlist.

The Insta360 One RS camera offers versatile options with its swappable lens modules, including a 5.7K 360-degree lens module, a 4K Boost lens module, and a 1-inch Wide Angle lens module.

Transforming almost 100 miles of walking into a seven-minute video results in a fast-paced hyperlapse.

While some may argue that this high-tempo may stray from the calm ambiance of nature, Fanner believes that both can coexist harmoniously. The serene stillness of nature can blend wonderfully with dynamic representations of landscapes, as seen in this hyperlapse.

If you want to see more of Dave Fanner’s incredible content, check out his YouTube channel and follow him on Twitter.

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