The idea of this video was simple, I wanted to capture a whole days worth of clouds in time-lapse on the longest day of the year (20th June 2008).
The sunrises in the summer are amazing but you tend to be asleep and dont get chance to see them. By means of "timed start" time-lapse I've managed to capture a wonderful sunrise which you can see at 0:23 in this video, this equates to 4.28am
I shot the sequence out of my front window in Derby, Derbyshire, UK. I did not notice the dirt on the window until after I looked at the images, oh well !
I set the software to capture and image every 14 seconds.
The first image was taken at 0243, this is the first photo that you could start to see some daylight starting.
The last image was taken at 2304 which was the last image with any daylight present.
The sequence is made from 5232 photographs, taken with a Canon Ixus 430.
To learn more about how the length of the day changes throughout the year see here :
Low Definition version on my YouTube channel here: