"Weathering Spring - Portland Time-Lapse" is an artistic documentation of the Portland spring using time-lapse photography. It is a culmination of nearly 3 months of work, over 64,000 photos making up 83 different time-lapse clips (about 45 of which made it into the final cut), 800 GB of hard drive space and one very exciting spring season in Portland. The video provides an epic visual roller coaster ride through the city's stormiest days on into the night displaying glimmering city lights and intense traffic and back into the daylight with those beautiful sunny spring days that lead us into the long awaited pacific northwest summer.
*Selected as one of four "2012 Time-lapse of the Year" videos on timelapse.org.
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Time-lapse Photography and editing:
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly
Celestron Skywatcher Backpacker telescope head
Dynamic Perception MX2 controller
Little Bramper Bulb Ramping controller
Canon EFS 17-55mm f/2.8 IS
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8