Thursday, July 10, 2008

timelapse from my bacony

I've been inspired lately by my friend Chad. He makes super cool timelapse videos with his still camera, and always picks the most perfect music for them.
I've done a few before, but I want to start doing more! Here is one I did a few nights ago. Shot from right outside our bedroom door on the balcony of our new rental house (we have an awesome view!!)
1 frame shot about every 2.5 minutes. Started it at something like 4AM and stopped it at 11PM, so about 19 hours and 826 frames, played back at 15 frames per second. Its not the best one ever, but I have some good ideas for upcoming ones. :)

Sorry the first 20 seconds are pretty boring, gets better when the clouds roll in, then the sun sets, then the stars move!

Time lapse in Hood River from blaine franger on Vimeo.

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Blogger Chad Cheverier said...

i was inspired by my friend jake

7/11/2008 4:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Blaine,

This looks amazing! I was wondering if you have seen the set-ups when people use the motorized mounts from telescopes to add motion to the time lapse.

Here is an example. I thought since your pics are som fantastic, and you added that element, you would be en fuego with this!

7/11/2008 5:07 PM  
Blogger e+b photography said...

Whoa, very cool. I'd like to see more of through the night. The star movement was icy.

7/11/2008 6:42 PM  
Blogger Julie Cannon said...

holy cow, this is one of the most amazing things i have ever addition, as a fellow born oregon-ite, i can mucho appreciate teh beauty of that great state!

i need to see more! hope you both are fantastic...i checked out the new goods and all are amazing!

7/11/2008 10:34 PM  
Blogger Lindsey Franger said...

that's pretty sweet. You should do it again on a day when there are sweet clouds, thunder, lightening, rainbows and maybe an astroid hitting mt. underwood. That'd be amazing.

7/12/2008 11:23 AM  
Blogger lisa page said...

lindsey always has the best ideas.
this movie was great.

7/12/2008 4:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thats so freakin cool it makes me wnat to do one myself!

7/13/2008 11:14 PM  
Blogger Sarah McAllister said...


7/22/2008 2:57 PM  

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