Surprise View Interval Landscape
I was out and about in Derbyshire and the conditions were perfect for the use of circular polariser. This rock became a feature along with the clouds. After shooting a few pics and a long exposure I tried time lapsing with the clouds.
I read a recent article in Digital Camera (edition 154) about interval cloudscapes and I thought I’d give it a whirl. The results of my experiment are as above. I originally started the sequence with a 5 second delay between each frame for the first 10; then increased it to 15 for the last 20. I removed 2 frames as they affected the final photographic image.
These effects are different to a long exposure, more like a brush stroke effect. The long exposure is a smooth transition of time
Please click on this link HERE to see the video short of the clouds forming. Please select HD on the video player. Note I have kept 2 frames that were omitted from the photograph. Just a little bit of fun 😀
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