The Art Of Time-Lapse
Earlier I showed a behind the scenes look.  Here’s a still frame from the time-lapse on that random backroad in Oregon.

CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark III
Exposure 4 seconds
Aperture f/22
Focal Length 70 mm
ISO Speed 100

#johneklund #theartoftimelapse #sunset #oregon

Earlier I showed a behind the scenes look.  Here’s a still frame from the time-lapse on that random backroad in Oregon.

CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark III

Exposure 4 seconds

Aperture f/22

Focal Length 70 mm

ISO Speed 100

#johneklund #theartoftimelapse #sunset #oregon

I barely arrived in time to set up this sunset time-lapse.  It took me 5 hours to drive from Portland to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park.  I stayed for only a few hours until The Milky Way was visible in the sky, then drove back home.  10 hours of driving for only 3 hours of photography!

I barely arrived in time to set up this sunset time-lapse.  It took me 5 hours to drive from Portland to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park.  I stayed for only a few hours until The Milky Way was visible in the sky, then drove back home.  10 hours of driving for only 3 hours of photography!

A screen shot from tonight’s time-lapse of the Harvest Moon

A screen shot from tonight’s time-lapse of the Harvest Moon

I will be releasing a new time-lapse video.  It will be titled “Pacific Northwest”.  I started this project in January 2012 and shot the last scene mid-August 2012.  Here is a screenshot from my upcoming work.

I will be releasing a new time-lapse video.  It will be titled “Pacific Northwest”.  I started this project in January 2012 and shot the last scene mid-August 2012.  Here is a screenshot from my upcoming work.

A still frame from my time-lapse of the Northern Lights 

A still frame from my time-lapse of the Northern Lights