One thing about taking still photos is the difficulty in capturing the sunset over time, in this case around 1hr 15min. Video doesn’t really cut it either, as who wants to sit and watch a video of a sunset for hours at a time ?
My solution, today – time lapse photography on my iPhone. I setup my iPhone on a monopod, and used bungee luggage straps to attach it to the railing. I then used software to take a photo every one seconds. In total over 4000 photos. A little editing in Photoshop to add titles and music (thanks Tim Tim, and originally Diana Coupland) … and viola, here’s the whole of this evening’s stormy looking sunset, in one three minute clip …
Aug 13, 2014 at 17:28
11 thoughts on “Time Lapse Stormy Balcony Sunset Video”
There’s something alluring in watching the sky as the Sun sets in or rise up.
A different sight greets the eye almost every time 😀
Wow really great Don, thanks for sharing 🙂
You’re welcome Irene, hope all is well in Espania 😀
Thanks Don, we are looking for another house again, so soon a new movement…. Are you okay?
Like you been moving about quite a bit, and all my commitments etc keeping me busy … I’m OK, keep on keeping on 😀
Just you are okay
Alls well Irene 😀
Wow that was awesome! Loved it
Thanks, loved making it actually, something I haven’t tried before, and no idea how the sunset was going to evolve as I setup my equipment !
The clouds were fabulous, people crave cloudless skies but there is nothing better than some clouds to make the sky interesting and the music was perfect 😀