Monthly Archives: April 2016

Yosemite Valley as the storm rolls in, April 2016

I’m still editing the dozen or so timelapses from the last few months. Today I realized I shot about six of them on a Nikon d800 in Raw format. For those of you unfamiliar, the d800 is such an ultimate … Continue reading

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Landscape photographer almost dies at Thor’s Well

Two years ago I went out to shoot Thor’s Well during a rain storm. It was, at the time and still today, one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. I was by myself, there was a storm coming in, … Continue reading

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On Editing Timelapses….

No matter how many times I do them, or how many tutorials I watch, I just can’t wrap my head around LRTimelapse flicker removal / designated area editing, filter use in the program, syncing keyframes or basically anything else on … Continue reading

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How 3 Months Pass With No Update

Today my alarm was set for 3:30 am and I had everything ready for a hike up to Sandstone Peak to hopefully catch a sunrise over the coastal fog. When that didn’t happen because my bed was so warm and … Continue reading

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