This video was taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. The sequence of shots was taken December 11, 2011 from 01:26:52 to 01:32:03 GMT, on a pass from northern North Carolina to just South of Nova Scotia. This short video mostly features the larger cities of the New England area in northeast United States. Some cities that can be easily seen are Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City.
All merged clips :
Part 01 : Clip 1 - 16
Part 02 : Clip 17 - 30
The serie :
Complete Collection :
This video demonstrates a new blending technique that I am developing. I am combining live HD video with still HDR photographs resulting in a "Living HDR" effect. This is NOT time-lapse. A nod to Ken Burns for the inspiration. This particular video was shot in upstate New York and features waterfalls from the Finger Lakes region a music by one of my favorite artists Jace Everett (Of True Blood Theme fame). Any comments and/or questions are always welcomed.
List of "participants"
Waterfalls courtesy of the finger lakes region of New York State.
Lenses exclusively used on this shoot by Sigma Corporation. SigmaPhoto.com
Camera used: Sony a77v
"Slip Away" used with permission in this video. Please check out Jace Everett @ JaceEverett.com
Software utilized for production: HDRSoft Photomatix, Sony Vegas, Adobe Lightroom, Premiere, and Photoshop, Nik Software Plugins.
The effect I use in the video I have dubbed "Living HDR/Faucet Effect" because I am using my HDR photos, overlaying and blending live HD video with them. The technique uses no special plug-ins or masks. As you will see in the video, it has the effect of a moving HDR and then freezes as if someone is turning off time with a faucet. Motion is achieved by painstakingly aligning and synchronized simultaneous panning of both the live footage and the HDR still.
If you are interested in using the "living HDR" or "Faucet Effect" technique, please contact me. I will have a short tutorial out soon as well on how you can achieve the effect.
Timelapse of a storm rolling over Lake Pleasant
The Adirondack State Park, New York
Testing new lens and new camera trigger.
Here's some photography taken over the weekend of May 21st from the Fair Haven area in New York State. On Sunday a thunderstorm skimmed past Blind Sodus Bay over Lake Ontario around midnight. The storm was far enough away to allow about an hour's worth of photos to be taken without wind or rain, and with calm bay waters. After reviewing about 300 photos of the storm, I realized that I actually took enough photos to create a few time-lapse sequences. I've never tried shooting lightning before, but I can imagine that these conditions won't be handed to me again any time soon. . . and I almost didn't get up out of bed!
The song "Piper" (Anastasio/Marshall) is performed by Phish.
Album: Farmhouse, RELEASED May 16, 2000
© Who Is She? Music, Inc (BMI)
This is about a 10 second test shot taken from the overlook just south of Ancram, NY on the Taconic State Parkway in NY. Living in New York light pollution is obviosuly a problem, but a little up north it starts to get relatively dark.
During the shot I realized I'd of been much better off not on the side of a road where every few minutes a car drives by.
Shot w/ Tonika 11-16 on Canon 7D in RAW.