The starting photo is a composite of The groomer timelapse at the end of this video. It was done with a Photoshop actionscript.
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Photographed and Edited by Dave Hampton
Viva La Nina Timelapse - Winter 2010-11 Whitefish, MT This was photographed over a six month period, you can see from the clips that by the end they start getting to be better quality. This is my first project and timelapse is a tricky thing because of the wide exposure changes. It takes allot of practice and there is allot of steps involved. and if you forget one thing the whole sequence can be ruined. I have a few of those from this winter. This was mostly shot in Whitefish but there is one clip from Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park. Now I am turning my attention to Glacier. I work there in the summers and spend allot of time exploring. It should be fun. I am going to be posting some of the individual clips and photos in my behind the scenes blog davehamptonphoto.com/behindthescenes/ . I will also write a little bit more about the process if your interested in trying yourself.become a facebook fan at --> facebook.com/pages/Dave-Hampton-Photography/93692370759 or check out davehamptonphoto.com