Atmosphere was looking a bit weird last night, so I started heading down to the waterfront to do another time-lapse thing. Had to wait ages for a bus, and after finally catching one - on the way I glimpsed a splendid view of the Space Needle with a glorious sunset behind. Cue getting off at the next stop and running back up a chunk of the hill, before setting up the Timelapse-O-Tron 9000 at the edge of a scruffy car-park...
While taking this, I talked to quite a few people interested in the results of this time-lapse. So if anyone I met is reading (and watching) this, hello!
(Video could do with a bit more tweaking - there's a bit of white-balance flicker in places (oops), along with some tripod wobble (my fault). Also the camera's auto-exposure has squashed some of the dynamic range, making things get lighter after the sun sets - I need to add that back in with LRTimelapse. Also also, crop could be a bit tighter, etc. etc. etc. Despite all that, I'm quite pleased with it! And I'm going to keep an eye on the weather - sky looks interestingly hazy today...)
Tags: Seattle Washington USA Timelapses Evening Sunsets Clouds Timelapse-O-Tron Triggermatique Architecture Skyscrapers Towers Space Needle