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.
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…
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
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…
I hope you enjoy these frames from my timelapse project last night. I had some serious trouble with the new Triggertrap app v 2.0, which is causing a few problems…
a brief timelapse shot at Mooloolaba Spit on Monday night (best viewed fullscreen in HD – this is 1080p video):
A clear warm windy evening created a few opportunities:
Selected frames from a dusk timelapse at South Bank.
Rock fishing at dawn
I met a nice bloke taking dusk photos at Greenmount beach while shooting these pictures. He was shooting with a Nikon and we had a good chat – they seem…
Dawn walk, The Rocks, Sydney. [click any picture for full size] Other blog posts from my Sydney trip are here: http://lightswimming.com/tag/sydney/
A sample of some of the colours of Wilsons Promontory National Park, in winter: Most of these are taken around Tidal River, Norman Beach, Squeaky Beach and Pillar Point.
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