•March 24, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I have been shooting a series of night time lapse pieces (and dodging raindrops…) around Seattle this past fall and winter and this is the final edit – from about 8000 frames and 25 capture sessions… This work relies on the Magic Lantern firmware for the 5d Mk II for basic intervalometry and also for ML’s bulb ramping capabilities. Thanks to Alex and the other developers and contributors to this breakthough improvement to Canon cameras! Be sure to watch in HD, and enjoy the soundtrack -
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Canon 5d Mark II
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Canon 70-200 f/4.0 L
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•March 12, 2013 • 2 Comments
TimeFrames Video announces the release of Timelapse Seattle in HD – 2013. This video was created from thousands individual photos shot mostly at night over many months, and then edited and rendered for HD video playback.
Incredible HD sequences of Seattle at night, from the the best vantage points around the city – along the waterfront, Capitol Hill, West Seattle, Beacon Hill, Queen Anne Hill, the U-District. Downtown, Mt. Rainier, the Ship Canal, Lake Union, the Seattle Great Wheel, and of course the Space Needle. A night tour of Seattle. Change your settings to HD for this one!
Presented by Edward Aites of TimeFrames Video.
•December 30, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Seattle in Motion, the latest work from filmmaker Edward Aites, has been featured on the timelapse.org blog as the “Video Feature of the Day” -
•November 20, 2012 • Leave a Comment
TimeFrames Video announces the release of Seattle in Motion – A New Dimension in Time Lapse in HD. This video was created from around 3000 individual photos shot over many months, and then edited and rendered for HD video playback. Dynamic video of Seattle, UW, and the city at night. Hyperlapse (motion time lapse) method, where I move the camera slightly for hundreds of times (between every interval). This creates a dynamic new sense of space and adds a new level to time lapse videos. Presented by Edward Aites of TimeFrames Video.
•November 15, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Seattle, like most cities, looks so much better after dark – when you combine that with the magic of time lapse, it is definitely exciting. This is a preview of several longer pieces from all my shooting in 2012 that will be premiering in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, and subscribe…
•June 26, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Dynamic view of the night drive over the high-level West Seattle Bridge, through the downtown Seattle area, and over the Ship Canal and George Washington Bridge, heading north on I-5. Zoom over the West Seattle Bridge and north on I-5 in this up-front video view – super fast motion. This piece was shot using continuous shooting.