Timelapse Experiment/ Blaze and Paralyze reviewed - Jaclyn Tanemura Photography

Timelapse Experiment

I've been dying to try timelapse for a while now, but wanted to try it in a more controlled environment first to make sure I kind of knew what was going on when I get out under some stars, or an aurora. I don't have an intervalometer (yet) so I just did some calculations (not really) and decided to go with a one second shutter speed on high speed continuous.  Unfortunately, I decided to the the timelapse a few minutes after the Yorkshire Pudding was in the oven, so we don't get to see them go from puddles of goo to the end. I shot 434 photos in JPEG, so these are straight out of camera.

"p a r a l y z e"

L O C A T I O N
Sunnybrae, Tappen, British Columbia

D A T E
January 6th, 2014

E Q U I P M E N T
Canon 5D MK II, Canon 17-40 f/4L,tripod, cable shutter release, B+ W 10-stop filter

M Y  T A K E
This location is a staple among local photographers, almost always providing a view of the normally fleeting sunset in the Salmon Arm area.  I love the way the ice forms along the lakeshore; it is almost always different. This year, I have gotten a couple of photos with drastically different ice formations due to the warm and cold temperatures changes.


"b l a z e"

L O C A T I O N

Sunnybrae Public Beach, Tappen, British Columbia


D A T E

December 4th, 2013


E Q U I P M E N T

Canon 5D MKII, Canon 17-40 f/4L, tripod, cable shutter release, B+ W 10 stop ND filter.


M Y  T A K E

On the way home from my parent's house, a pretty nice sunset began to happen. It was -15 Celsius before windchill, and it was windy. In the winter, we are lucky to have sunsets that last more than three minutes as they do in the summer time. I was able to fire off three or four long exposures before the colour was gone.  When in doubt, go to Sunnybrae! 


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