I over slept on this morning and got setup for the first photo just as the sun was rising above the horizon. The sun then did a little peek-a-boo through the clouds.
Photographs taken on 23 August 2018.
I am experimenting with removing the slight shifting seen between frames in my previous videos. For this photo shoot I focused on the distant horizon then turned off the auto-focus and the image stabilization on my lens. I think it worked.
The photographs in the video cover a 10 minute time-frame.
All the photographs taken have been compiled into a short 1 minute 46 second video. Music: "English Country Garden" by Aaron Kenny.
Time Lapse Video
Now that the slight shifing from frame to frame has been eliminated, I can do a time lapse video. The following animated GIF is 30x the speed of the full video.
Sunrise Photographs in Sequence
To give you an idea of the when the photographs were taken I am adding a T-time. T-0 is sunrise, T-10 is 10 minutes before sunrise, and T+5 is 5 minutes after sunrise.
This is a representative sample of the photographs in the video. The photographs have not been enhanced, you are seeing what I observed on this morning.
Original Photo: Canon EOS 7D; f/22; 10 sec.; ISO-100; 135mm; Time T-0
Original Photo: Canon EOS 7D; f/22; 10 sec.; ISO-100; 135mm; Time T+1
Original Photo: Canon EOS 7D; f/22; 10 sec.; ISO-100; 135mm; Time T+2
Original Photo: Canon EOS 7D; f/22; 6 sec.; ISO-100; 135mm; Time T+3
Original Photo: Canon EOS 7D; f/22; 5 sec.; ISO-100; 135mm; Time T+8
When I think about how wonderful it is to capture these moments, I often realize how little I had to do with making these wonderful moments. For I am just the guy behind the camera.
"English Country Garden" by Aaron Kenny
a.k.a. "Steem On" on YouTube
|Camera||Canon EOS 7D|
|Lens||Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Standard Zoom|
|Filters||Tiffen UV Protection Filter, Tiffen Circular Polarizer Glass Filter|
|Tripod||Manfrotto MT190XPRO3 3 Section Aluminum Tripod Legs with Q90 Column (Black)|
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