Posts tagged "time-lapse"

Planetarium to Northerly Island in one minute

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One of my favorite types of photography is time-lapse. Time-lapse photography is basically taking a sequence of shots capturing subtle movement then processing the shots in a video format at a faster speed. I began trying this method in early 2012 and the results were not what I had expected and I slowly lost my... Read more »

Foster Ave. Time-lapse at night time

Capturing all the elements of night photography includes time-lapse sequence. Time-lapse is a series of photos set at 1 t0 2 second intervals to create a scene of motion with photos. It can be done with any camera with manual settings, dslr cameras work best. Doing time-lapse at night requires lots of practice as I... Read more »

My date with Sandy at Montrose Pier

My date with Sandy at Montrose Pier
October 29 2012 While New York residents were getting hit with the super storm Sandy I was out filming and capturing time-lapse photos at Lake Michigan. The video is really noisy due to the high winds and hard to make out the details. I included my stills in a time-lapse mode so you can enjoy... Read more »
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Night shots of Sandy's effects on Montrose Pier

Montrose Pier 10-29-12
On October 29 2012 super storm Sandy was hitting the east coast. I traveled to Montrose pier to see what effects it was having on Lake Michigan. I got very close. The waves were very high. I shot a video but the wind was so strong it was difficult to speak and sand was getting... Read more »