The winds streaming over the Sierra Nevada last night had just the right moisture content and temperature to create large lenticular clouds, stretching for miles in the Eastern Sierra. I experienced the winds while on a day hike at 10,000 feet up by Tioga Pass. After the hike when I arrived down by Mono Lake the setting sun was turning the clouds shades of orange.
This time-lapse video was produced from approximately 400 still images captured on a Canon 5D Mark III. While this draft copy is 720p HD resolution, for licensing opportunities I can supply 1020p or "4K" video.
If you'd like to learn how to take photographs (and time-lapse sequences of photos) like this, I lead landscape workshops in various locations throughout California. Contact me for details, or check my blog in the coming weeks for upcoming announcements: http:..JeffSullivanPhotography.com/blog
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