2020 Timelapse Collection
The year 2020 is behind us. A year like none in my memory. To keep from going crazy I started shooting timelapse sequences from the terrace of my apartment. I have good view. I’ve assembled some of my clips from the terrace and other places into a 2020 review.
I hope you enjoy.
Robert Moses Park
Another road trip and another timelapse. Drove out to Robert Moses Park on a beautiful day and captured the sunset. It got chilly pretty fast after the sun wen down. I sent my wife back to the car to say warm.
Election Day Diversion
This is a timelapse of sunset over New York City on Election Day 2020. Creating this video was less stressful than watching election returns come in.
Sunset Over New York City
Hi all,Hope you have been staying well during these trying times. I’ve continued to distract myself with creating timelapse and macro videos/photos. I’ve recently been studying Youtube videos of timelapse creators to help me refine my sunrise/sunset videos.
There are some technical challenges to capturing and displaying these type of videos. Here I present my latest effort. I like this one because it captures a lot of aircraft zooming around over upper Manhattan (very Blade Runneresque looking) and at the end you can see some *stars* appear over the city! Not something we city dwellers are used to seeing.
Hope you enjoy
Timelapse Using Slider
I have been experimenting with creating timelapse video clips. I recently upped my game a bit by buying a motorized slider. I did some research and based on features and price I chose a slider from GVM the GT-80WD.
This timelapse uses the slider to capture storm clouds over Woodside in NYC.