June 02, 2007

A momentary lapse in time

Posted by John Nack at 6:36 PM on June 02, 2007

Comments

  • John Peterson — 1:32 PM on June 03, 2007

    Hmm…this reminds me I need to post my time lapse of Adobe’s east tower going up (filmed a decade before YouTube…)

  • Blue Buffalo — 9:55 AM on June 07, 2007

    This makes me want to start a time-lapse project.
    Jonathan Keller looks a lot like Shakespeare, right before he shaves his head. I wonder if he did any theater work?

  • Jann Lipka — 3:01 AM on June 16, 2007

    Actually PS CS 3 Extended video ability is
    great with TL project .
    I made a try setting upp a system at my
    customers balkony here in Stockholm .
    Despite raining all night I think video is a pleasure to look at in HDTV ( 1920 pixels wide )
    here is a Youtube downsampled version ( 2minutes of 24 HRS )
    ( 1920 down to 320 … )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijkQOrpQP2o
    John thanks again for your blog, keep it coming !
    [Very cool, Jann! I think I stayed at that hotel across the water from your camera's position. --J.]

  • david clifford — 8:17 PM on June 19, 2007

    hello Jack!
    might want to check this one out: http://ollielarkin.co.uk/blog/2007/03/05/lapses-in-light-large-37mb/
    cheers,
    david
    [Super cool, David--thanks. --J.]

  • david clifford — 5:20 PM on June 20, 2007

    john!
    sorry, i called you jack…
    too many beers at that hour and not much sleep after work…
    :)
    [No worries; everyone does that. I like "Jack" and would use it if it weren't for the rhyming. (Only Jack Black can carry that one off.) --J.]

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