I've not made this public before now as this isn't the official version produced for Clydebank Museums. But now that the exhibition is over I'm releasing my version of the edit to the world. (The official one doesn't seem to have been pubished anywhere as far as I can see). Shot with D800 (intro) and a D200 with sigma 10-20mm. Time lapse was triggered manually when interesting shapes were made by the staff hanging the paintings. Edited in Windows Live Movie Maker (yeah, I know. I'm now using Premiere Pro6).
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Its amazing the activity going on behind the scenes in an art gallery that the public aren't consciously aware of. This is a short time lapse of the museum staff hanging some of the many paintings for the exhibition of one of Scotland's most successful artists, John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo), a major Retrospective exhibition at the newly refurbished Clydebank Town Hall. The exhibition, named "A Passion for Colour: Jolomo - the Retrospective", ran from June to September 2013 and brought together his best works from a career spanning nearly 40 years.
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