I had visited Ragusa several times but I had never stayed in this lovely baroque town. This time we were there for 4 nights, which gave me the opportunity to make some timelapse sequences. The B&B where we stayed had a very good balcony where I could make the "night to day" sequences. It's always a challenge in a new location to find places for timelapse sequences and also have the time to actually capture the sequences. In Ragusa Ibla the little tourist train was a great help and a comfortable way of exploring the town. As always I never have enough time but I hope this small video gives you some idea of what this fascinating town looks like.
I processed some of the sequences with Panolapse to give some more movement to the video. In addition I used Adobe's “Warp Stabilizer” to iron out some wobbles from high winds.
Those of you that are aficionados of Inspector Montalbano might recognize the bus stop where Livia arrives and departs
You can find more of my time-lapse videos on Vimeo or my website (with more technical detail): lostintimelapse.co.uk