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Here are 4 of 6 time-lapse sequences I took on our weekend getaway to Zion National Park. The other 2 didn’t turn out so good. My time-lapse dolly broke, so no sliding time-lapses this month.

So far I’m 5 for 5 on my goal of finding dark skies each month of this year.

Song: Improvisation On Sunday By:AlexBeroza http://ccmixter.org/files/AlexBeroza/17112 License CC by 3.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Here’s the gear I use:
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21 replies
  1. brandishoogy
    brandishoogy says:

    Your videos are absolutely stunning. . It's a shame that your videos do not have more views. People are really missing out. It always amazes me that people with such pointless garbage for videos can have so many views . …and yet someone with talent and beautiful videos like yourself don't have as many views as you deserve

  2. marslugo
    marslugo says:

    my aperture/ F stop was at the lowest around f3.5 ..how did you also get it into focused so well ? i am going to joshua tree very soon again and ima try to accomplish it like you did .. beautifully ! any other tips?

  3. marslugo
    marslugo says:

    amazing kenneth! i went out to joshua tree and tried to do a time lapse like this but i failed ..even at 6400 iso with 30 second exposures ..maybe my camera isnt meant to do this.. do you have any advice pleaseeeeee?

  4. RedKB
    RedKB says:

    Each frame is a new still picture. So in one second you see 24 pictures, each taken with the camera open for 30 seconds. If the camera was open any longer the stars would start to look like streaks from the movement of the earth. Also the things that look like shooting stars are airplanes moving across the sky.


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