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Beautiful Timelapse Photography - Ultimaker Powered

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Not sure where to post this - or even if it's already been posted here somewhere. But this is a 'film', and it was 'MADE' - albeit, but not by me. So this section seems to be as good as any. :smile:

I thought I'd share this short film of stunning timelapse nature and landscape photography that was made by one of my customers, Doug Urquhart from The Upthink Lab. Much of it was made using this rig that he made available on YouMagine, and which he printed on his Ultimaker²:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ultralight-pet-timelapse-motion-control-dolly

Here's the movie:

 

 

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