Category Archives: Time-Lapse

I’ve been Parodied! A History of the British Sky

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but this is way better. I recently became aware of this project by Oxford PhD student James Gilbert: I have compiled the following time-lapse video, inspired by Ken Murphy’s “A History of … Continue reading

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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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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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Time Shift Exhibit at the Exploratorium

Just in time for the reopening of the Exploratorium at its new location, I completed my Artist-in-Residence project, Time Shift. The exhibit is for the museum’s new Observatory gallery, which explores human and natural processes in the local environment. My … Continue reading

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“A History of the Sky” in Architectural Exhibit in Murcia, Spain

I was recently contacted by the Martin Lejarraga architectural studio, asking if they could include video from “A History of the Sky” in an exhibition about public space and architecture in Murcia, Spain. The results are quite nice and can … Continue reading

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The Biowall

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

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Vote for “A History of the Sky” for the Vimeo Festival + Awards

Update: Voting has ended so the voting links no longer work. Thanks to all those who voted! My time-lapse project, A History of the Sky, has been shortlisted in the “experimental” category of the 2012 Vimeo Festival and Awards. If … Continue reading

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Some Press

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, which … Continue reading

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Camera Filter Adapter Hack

I was about to shoot a time-lapse today and realized that I forgot the filter adapter for my G12. I did, however, have a coffee cup and some gaffers tape…

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On KQED’s MindShift: Slowing Down Time With Time-Lapse Photography

I wrote this post for the KQED MindShift blog about time-lapse photography. It gives a brief overview of the technique, and some resources for getting started: Time-lapse is a photographic technique that allows us to tune into events that normally … Continue reading

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