The Art Of Time-Lapse
What a light show from the Aurora Borealis!Instead of shooting directly towards the Northern Lights, I shot from an angle to show the how far it reached southward into Oregon.

What a light show from the Aurora Borealis!

Instead of shooting directly towards the Northern Lights, I shot from an angle to show the how far it reached southward into Oregon.

Remember the time-lapse video that showcased the beautiful Pacific Northwest?

"Purely Pacific Northwest" was picked as one of the finalists for Smithsonian Magazine’s In Motion Video Contest.

So if you like my time-lapse, you can vote for it at the following link …
www.smithsonianmag.com/inmotion/

Remember the time-lapse video that showcased the beautiful Pacific Northwest?

"Purely Pacific Northwest" was picked as one of the finalists for Smithsonian Magazine’s In Motion Video Contest.

So if you like my time-lapse, you can vote for it at the following link …

www.smithsonianmag.com/inmotion/

My cell alerts me with a text as I’m watching tv.  Geez, who’s texting?  My jaw drops while I read the text.  STORM LEVEL (It’s On!!) (6 Kp).  The Aurora Borealis is active tonight. 

I always have my time-lapse gear packed and ready.  So I give kisses to the wife and daughters and was out the door in a flash.

Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Exposure 8 seconds
Aperture f/2.0
Focal Length 24 mm
ISO Speed 6400

My cell alerts me with a text as I’m watching tv.  Geez, who’s texting?  My jaw drops while I read the text.  STORM LEVEL (It’s On!!) (6 Kp).  The Aurora Borealis is active tonight. 

I always have my time-lapse gear packed and ready.  So I give kisses to the wife and daughters and was out the door in a flash.

Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Exposure 8 seconds

Aperture f/2.0

Focal Length 24 mm

ISO Speed 6400

Lost In The Moment …

Lost In The Moment …

The gate for Trillium Lake is open!  I was hoping for some snow on the ground, but no luck this year :(

The gate for Trillium Lake is open!  I was hoping for some snow on the ground, but no luck this year :(

It was another clear night, so I headed out to shoot a Milky Way scene for my time-lapse.  I am working on a sequel to Purely Pacific Northwest.
My timing was off for the alignment of the Milky Way over this waterfall.  I hope that everyone still likes the shot.

It was another clear night, so I headed out to shoot a Milky Way scene for my time-lapse.  I am working on a sequel to Purely Pacific Northwest.

My timing was off for the alignment of the Milky Way over this waterfall.  I hope that everyone still likes the shot.

I saw an opportunity for a clear night.  What’s to shoot when the night sky is clear?  The Milky Way of course!

I’m facing Mt Hood.

Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 24-70mm 
f/2.8
ISO 12800
Exposure 10 seconds

I saw an opportunity for a clear night.  What’s to shoot when the night sky is clear?  The Milky Way of course!

I’m facing Mt Hood.

Canon 5D Mark III

Canon 24-70mm 

f/2.8

ISO 12800

Exposure 10 seconds

Some goodies arrived … images infused into the metal!Metal prints are now available at www.TheArtOfTimeLapse.com

Some goodies arrived … images infused into the metal!

Metal prints are now available at www.TheArtOfTimeLapse.com

A preview screenshot from the Milky Way last night.
This is the first scene of many more to come for my next release time-lapse video ;)

A preview screenshot from the Milky Way last night.

This is the first scene of many more to come for my next release time-lapse video ;)

I created a new time-lapse video. It contains my photography work featuring the Pacific Northwest.  I started the project from July 2011 to August 2012.