Time-lapse Clouds, 640x480, .mov, 8.5 mb 38 sec
I am sure that I will eventually get tired of doing time-lapses and move on to something else, but I just can't quit thinking of all the different things I could film. The main thing I want to do with clouds is get some huge cumulonimbus clouds boiling up from a distance, but that will probably have to wait until summer. So in the meantime I am just trying lots of different things for practice, like this one. It was made on a very windy day beside a reservoir at sunset. It took approximately 1 and a half hours. I started at 1 picture per 5 seconds then decreased the frequency to every 4 seconds. I used my Canon PowerShot S3 IS
and Granite Bay Time-lapse software for the shooting. I made the movie with QuickTime Pro playing the pics at 30 fps. I made the music with Sony Acid Music Studio
. The YouTube version of this cloud time-lapse video
is available if you can't play quicktime vids.
This and other time-lapse videos and stop motion videos can be seen at my time-lapse home page
Labels: entertainment, photography, stop motion, time-lapse