Monthly Archives: January 2014

Bay History Pan-Lapse

For this commission for the Exploratorium’s Bay History exhibit, I created a panoramic time-lapse, showing the museum at its new home at Piers 15 and 17.

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Time-lapse: Last Night at the ‘Stick

KQED hired me to shoot a time-lapse over the course of the last scheduled game day at Candlestick Park. They put together this tribute: (Looks a lot better if you switch it to 720p or better.) The original post is … Continue reading

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Takesplit: Tool for Grouping Time-lapse “Takes”

I whipped up this little command-line tool for automatically grouping a bunch of image files into individual time-lapse sequences. This came up after a shoot where I shot a bunch of sequences on the same card. The process of manually … Continue reading

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