Last weekend’s storm in the UK provided some great opportunities to shoot more of a timelapse video, currently in progress at the Knowlton historical monument.
The day before the St Jude storm the wind really picked up – perfect weather for timelapse as things are happening so quickly only short sequences are required to show the passage of time. Rather than 12 minute segments, 3 to 5 minutes were all that were required. These are compressed to one minute and stitched together, all very productive apart from blowing the tripod over!
St Jude is the Patron Saint of lost causes (or souls) – as the sequence fades to night maybe there’s something in that…
So here’s 60 minutes of ‘real time’ footage, which has been compressed to 15 minutes of final video, then further compressed to 1 minute for Vimeo upload.
All shot on a Canon 60D and a Sigma 10-20mm lens at the 10mm setting, f8.
Hope you like this – thanks for looking!
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Terrific! Amazing sky drama.
Thanks Karen – though it was the storm which should take the credit for providing the show!
A great show. Thank you. 😉
Thanks for the comment Cynthia – it’s the winter segment next and I’m not looking forward to it too much…
Well, that’s more than a little bit cool.
Thanks Rachel – glad you liked it!
Wonderful capture of Nature’s performance!