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 …