Hey everyone! A couple rather interesting things to post about this evening
Just wanted to keep you all updated on my timelapse stuff. SO glad I got an intervalometer for Christmas. I'd consider it one of my most useful photography tools now
An intervalometer is basically a fancy remote shutter, allowing you to set a specific interval at which to take photos. Basically, now I can do daytime timelapses. Which can be pretty dang cool (and very
Since I know I'll be getting more and more into video, I finally set up a Vimeo account over at [link]
Started experimenting with the Ken Burns crop/panning function in iMovie (not exactly the most premiere video editing software, but it has some interesting settings). Here's the first video I shot that I applied those artsy-fartsy settings to: [link]
A few scenes around the Aksarben shopping area, which is just down the street from the dorms. Bonus, I make a guest appearance in the video!
Uploaded another one today of a few timelapse scenes I took around campus last week. [link]
Thought it might be fun to give everyone a better idea of what it's like where I go to school
Bound to do more campus timelapse scenes as spring arrives.
I've also got a few other shorter timelapses (mainly sunset, skies) up on my Youtube channel here: [link]
I try to upload all my stuff to youtube, but sometimes they take the videos down since they have music in them (though I in no way claim the music as my own and I credit/link back to the group, but whatever, I'll save that for another rant lol).
That's it for now! Upcoming projects should be a trip to Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge on Friday with *INTOtheRFD
and a couple other photographers from Omaha. Should be fun! Already trying to think of what kind of timelapse stuff I could do with a population of a million geese... guess we'll find out
Enjoy the rest of the week everyone!