Des Moines: Changing Light showcases the heart of downtown Des Moines with some of the most iconic scenes we’ve all come to love and some new angles many have not seen. We’ve spent many early mornings and late nights capturing footage in the changing light around the golden hours of the day. Capturing time-lapse in […]
The Canadian Rockies are a long range of mountains in western Canada that stretch from upper to lower British Columbia and spread into Alberta clear the southern border of Canada. This past summer we ventured to this scenic area in looking for some new areas to explore. We visited several parks, but only a fraction […]
Westcliffe, Colorado is located about an hour and a half southwest of Colorado Springs in the Wet Mountain Valley. Surrounded on each side by the Sangre de Cristo mountain range to the west and the Wet Mountains to the east, this small community has a beautiful backdrop and plenty of sights to see.
About a month ago, Chris from The Chronos Project setup a contest to win one of his very trick Lens Apparatus systems. Chris is a well known DIY guru for all things time-lapse. He does an excellent job of taking simple ideas and offering realistic solutions on any budget. The great thing about Chris is […]
After months of editing, our 2013 time-lapse montage is finally complete. This year we again captured southern Colorado spanning from Ridgway to Westcliffe. Our summer trip offered much more hiking options and greener surroundings to contrast last year’s fall colors.
We’ve been hard at work editing thousands of images and time-lapse clips for our 2013 time-lapse reel. Here is a quick sneak-peek at what’s to come in the next month or so. Be sure to watch in HD and keep an eye out for the full reel soon.
In my last blog entry I gave an overview of my homemade time-lapse motion system called VEGA-T. After spending time with it and learning a lot, I decided to upgrade to a Stage Zero system by Dynamic Perception. In doing so I was going to gain a lot of features and hopefully eliminate a few […]
I’ve always been interested in timelapse photography. Not until seeing some motion controlled time lapses did I become extremely interested. I started researching places to buy something to do motion controlled time lapses with. I didn’t need anything fancy, just something that could provide slow movement throughout a timelapse to add some perspective. Surely it […]