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Category Archives: 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.
A couple of my time-lapse pieces are playing on The BioWall, an outdoor public space art and education video installation featuring non-commercial, life sciences, artistic and educational programming, located in Silver Spring, Maryland (on Cameron St. near Spring St.). The … Continue reading
I got a bit of coverage for some of my time-lapse projects lately. The Atlantic, KQED’s Climate Watch, and The Bay Citizen did write-ups on my History of the Sky project, and I did a phone interview with Discovery.com, which … Continue reading
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):
I recently acquired some fun new toys, the first of which is a motorized telescope mount that’s popular among time-lapse enthusiasts. Time-lapse movies are usually fairly static, but this makes it possible to introduce movement such as panning shots. I’ve … Continue reading