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Friday, 02 January 2009

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What an extraordinary piece of work!! Having done numerous time lapse sequences for building sites, the most difficult part is to even out the lighting between frames to minimise the flickering effect, especially with different weather. Erik's work is amazing and artistic! . I must try harder, although my last effort was 4320 frames at 10 fps over six months and, while the client was very pleased, I'd love to have produced a result like Erik's. Wonderful link, thanks Mike

This is the last thing I expected to see here but it's very beautiful - well chosen. The subtle, distinct changes in the various parts of the frame get my eye darting about. I would never usually even click on one of these things. I'm sure I'm not the only one who felt that way and ended up playing it over and over.

Hi Mike,

These time lapse movies are great to watch. Have you seen the Solargraphy which creates pinhole pictures with exposures of six months.

http://www2.uiah.fi/~ttrygg/project.html

Really enjoyed this post, unlike that in-your-face obnoxious street photographer. Inspires me to want to try the same thing.

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