March 02, 2013

Beautiful timelapses

PetaPixel features Jess Dunlap’s “Gorgeous Landscape Time-lapse Created Over 1 Year and with 17,000 Photos.” [Update: Dammit, somewhere in the time since I queued up this post, the video went password-protected. Hopefully it'll come back.]

Elsewhere, look to the skies: Gavin Heffernan writes,

“The skies cleared and showed us an incredible galactic palette! Star Trails shot at 25 sec exposures. No special effects used, just the rotation of the earth’s axis. Photography Merging: STARSTAX. Used Canon 5D & 7D, with a 24mm/1.4 lens and a 28mm/1.8. The Geminids get crazy as the sun comes up (2:20-2:35) but you can spot a bunch more throughout, if you look closely — or here’s a nice shot (bit.ly/SkZGdw). There’s also some passing planets (1:15-1:30 and 2:15-2:25). I believe the first big one is Jupiter.”

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Posted by John Nack at 8:03 AM on March 02, 2013

Comments

  • Alex — 8:14 AM on March 02, 2013

    What is the password?

  • Ben Hansen — 9:19 AM on March 02, 2013

    that second one was cool anyway thanks for sharing J!

  • Alex — 1:11 PM on March 02, 2013

    Ok, here is a site guys that has the video, and it is excellant.

    http://www.clickblog.it/post/41197/monolation-un-time-lapse-con-17-000-foto-e-un-intero-anno-di-lavoro

    go google

  • June — 2:55 PM on March 02, 2013

    How wonderful is nature! Viewing all the celestial bodies,stars & planets follow their paths in the Heavens in time-lapse motion -the landscape like we were on the edge of the world was simply amazing.
    Thank you for sharing.

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