Making the most of a day off – here is my setup for a dusk timelapse with the jacarandas in full bloom. Edit: looking gorgeous now:
Here is a preview image showing my setup at Circular Quay. Shooting with a 10mm (16mm equivalent) lens so should be interesting!
…life got busy… Hope you enjoy this still from a recent time lapse shoot at Ju Raku En – Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba
This frame shows my timelapse setup – see the lens barrel at left. Should turn out nicely thanks to the cooperative cargo ship :)
A couple of shots illustrating my setup for 2 short timelapses this morning.
Check out this piece of marketing brilliance/ insanity (I can’t tell which it is) from Leica: http://petapixel.com/2014/04/24/boring-advertisment-youve-ever-seen/
I shot a timelapse yesterday at Cotton Tree – a beautiful (and popular!) spot where the Maroochy River flows into the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy these frames – the timelapse video…
Escher “Modderplas” via Waterlogue
Dawn at Duranbah Beach courtesy of Waterlogue
Me, taken by my “second shooter” Miss Ten at dusk today.
5.07am 5.17am 5.23am 5.26am 5.29am
First & last frames, and a setup picture, from several of my recent Timelapse attempts. I expect that some of them have not worked out well enough to be worth…
Shooting with an 8-stop ND filter & hoping for some interesting Timelapse footage
5am at Snapper Rocks: Rush Hour for photographers.
Setup pictures and some early frames from a sunset timelapse of Rainbow Bay beach (taken from Snapper Rocks). Sunset was not very colourful but the early frames still have plenty…
Revisiting some shots from early 2013. I hope to be back here again in the next few weeks. Shot with my wife’s camera the trusty 450D.
Storms at sunset: a Queensland summer tradition. Early frames from a time lapse.
This is the video I mentioned yesterday – 2152 photos in 1:13 – (best viewed fullscreen – this is 1080p HD video). Enjoy! Music: Prelude No. 22 by Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com)
Stills from my timelapse shoot yesterday evening at the family farm “Argyle”. This deserted old worker’s cottage made a perfect focus object. Compiling the timelapse video now and I’ll post…
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