This has been an ongoing project of mine for a couple of months now. ill put it on the back burner and then keep working on it. ive finally gotten it to a point that im proud of. the amount of computer processing involved in somthing like this is absolutly unbelevable. in fact, while trying to export the finished product it overloaded my video card and i had to export on my step dads tower. each individual video consists of anywhere from 300 to 2700 images. i really havent calculated the total amount of images involved in making a video like this but id guess around 20 or 30 thousand. i actually burned out the censor of a nikon D2h while making it haha. it was ok though because i bought it used.

So as i previously mentioned the cameras i used were a Nikon D2h and a Nikon D5000. all of the timelapses were shot in connecticut and pennsylvania. im planning on doing another video with more thought out spots and more diverse locations so this was more of an experiment then anything. whats really interesting is looking at the diversity in climate. the very last timelaps was shot in about 20 degree, snowy weather, where as some of the other ones were shot in 80 degree weather. how miserable i was is definitely not picture in it haha. im from florida so i hate cold weather.

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