Today it was actually like a New England winter day! I awoke to about 3″ of fresh snow for the first time in almost 2 months! I have been missing weather like this 😉
I love the peaceful quite that the snow seems to bring, and the way it completely changes the landscape from the dead brown to a winter wonderland!
I didn’t take many photos today, but instead set up my camera to do a time-lapse watching the snow all day. The temps were above freezing so I wanted to watch it melt off the trees 🙂 It’s not super exciting, but time-lapse is still very new and experimental to me. let me know how I can improve!! I apologize if the image quality seems low; I forgot to turn my camera from a medium-sized jpg (that I was using for the vid files) to full-sized RAW.
50 mm, 1/640 sec, f/1.8, ISO 100, EF 50mm f/1.8 ii (Tree In A Drop)
50 mm, 1/640 sec, f/1.8, ISO 100, EF 50mm f/1.8 ii (Tree Top)
My goal with this has been to share one photo a day with you. I’ve shared 2 or 3 photos at different times, but today, I wanted to do more. I’m sharing 571 photos with you!
Wait! Don’t click away! I promise that it won’t take long for you to look at them all, in fact, you can see all of them in 1 min, 16 sec! You probably don’t belive me, and that’s ok, just look below:
571 photos combined in iMovie, 10 fps
That wasn’t so bad, was it? My first time-lapse 🙂 Not perfect, I know. And I know there should be some awesome sound track to go with it, but I had way too much going on today to do that kind of editing, and iMovie (the software I used for this), will only allow a max of 10 fps (most videos are 24 or 30 fps); that is why it’s ‘jumpy’. I need to get some other software for future projects. But I do welcome your feed back: anything from a music score to add to this to software I can use to editing techniques.