An in-depth review of the eMotimo TB3 and an exciting collaboration with Goldpaint Photography.
I drove to Crater Lake National Park on the night of May 31, 2013 to photograph the Milky Way rising above the rim. Without warning, an unmistakable faint glow of the aurora borealis began erupting right in front of me. This post features my latest time-lapse video of the aurora borealis over Crater Lake.
The sun unleashed a huge, X-class solar flare on July 12, 2012. Here is an in-depth look from my experience capturing the aurora borealis over Sparks Lake in Central Oregon.
My latest time-lapse video depicts an alternate perspective by giving us the illusion of times movement, signifying a beginning and end within a world of constant contradiction.
By the light of the silvery moon, figures dance “between the shadows”, and cast two-dimensional silhouettes against Mono Lake’s Tufa’s.
At first, when I set out to do another time-lapse video I knew it was going to be extremely difficult, maybe even impossible to beat the last one I did. I was supposed to leave Dallas on a Tuesday, but due to the Arctic Storm that swept through the Midwest, I was delayed by 4 days.
Time-lapse photography has always been an interest of mine. Time-lapse photography consists of taking numerous still images to create a video clip. Now, you might ask, “Why not just use a video camera?” Well, video camera’s cannot create 30 second, single frame exposures. In the time-lapse video above, it took 1,100 images with each of …