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N 0 B 529 C 8 E Aug 18, 2011 F Sep 28, 2011
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This is an experimental timelapse shot on my infrared-modified D70s. I'd just gotten the intervelometer unit before heading up to Killbear. This is assembled from 240 individual frames and is available in 1080P resolution at youtube.

Tags:   killbear provincial park ontario canada infrared IR timelapse HD

N 1 B 705 C 5 E Sep 17, 2011 F Sep 19, 2011
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10 minutes at Toronto's Sugar Beach.

Shot entirely in-camera as a test of the new V2 Firmware for the Panasonic LX5 using the built in miniature mode / timelapse video option.

In higher quality on Vimeo

Tags:   toronto sugar beach waterfront boats city relaxation timelapse HD panasonic LX5 firmware v2

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This cold weather is good for something - going back and finishing projects from the summer.

I animated this timelapse video shot just before I left Newcastle to return home in August.

Composed from 963 frames shot on a Canon SD870is running CHDK firmware running a script to vary exposure over the sunset. Animated in Sony Vegas 9.

Also on Vimeo in HD - vimeo.com/18206532

Music by Neil Wiernik / phoniq.net

Tags:   newcastle uk tyne river bridge timelapse hd 2010 chdk

N 0 B 693 C 1 E Oct 30, 2010 F Oct 30, 2010
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A brief timelapse from an autumn trip to Toronto Island. This was shot from Wards Island beach. Animated from 400 frames and output in 720p HD. Flickr over-compresses the video, you can see it in higher quality on Vimeo

Shot on a Canon SD870is running CHDK firmware and the Ultraintervelometer script.

Tags:   timelapse video toronto island wards sd870 chdk ultraintervelometer

N 0 B 1.3K C 0 E Oct 2, 2010 F Oct 5, 2010
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The Flux and Fire exhibit in Liberty Village, my first stop on Nuit Blanche.

site3.ca/projects/flux-fire/

The installation consists of a proximity sensor-laden platform surrounded by a circle of sixteen flamethrowers. Wave your hands, legs, hats, or what have you over the sensors and the corresponding flamethrowers emit ten foot jets of flame.

It’s great.

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