I’ve created some new pan-lapse movies since I first posted about them. Most recently I shot one down at Pier 14 (best in full-screen/HD):
This is at the Wave Organ. This was my first experiment shooting at sunset:
This next one I shot this summer at the Mendocino Headlands. It was shot over a couple hours, and I used a longer exposure to smooth out the water a bit, to put more of an emphasis on the more gradual tidal movements. I like how the kelp bed slowly swirls and shifts around:
For the last one, I didn’t shoot a full 360-degrees, which is why there are two windows that don’t quite line up.
Previously: Panoramic Time-Lapse Movies
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Really awesome videos! How did you create the process of lining up the cameras? Or did you only use one?