(couldn’t figure out a better name for this post) Somewhere off a street in Buenos Aires: a long wall which had been painted, re-painted, scraped, postered, scraped, aged, re-painted, graffitied, etc (you get the idea), creating a universe of beautiful textures. I shot a series of still photographs, which I later arranged and processed in Adobe After Effects using simple zooms, dissolves and superimpositions to create this effect.
I was recently in Florida and drove from Fort Lauderdale to Naples via Interstate 75 aka “Alligator Alley”. This scene and more are available for FREE DOWNLOAD via Dave’s FREE time-lapse collection! on Vimeo.
With a camera mounted on the roof of my car (shooting 1 image per second), I drive from Tioga Pass (eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park, elevation 9,943′) to near the junction of Highway 395 (about 1/4 mile from the town of Lee Vining, elevation 6,781′). The distance covered is about 10 miles, which lasts 40 seconds in this video clip. This clip and others are included in my Stock Footage collection, and can be downloaded for ABSOLUTELY FREE !!
This was filmed in Yosemite Valley in 1997 with a Photo-Sonics 16mm High Speed Camera at 500 frames per second. We carried this camera to the top of Vernal Falls, and pointed it into the raging cascade of the Silver Apron. It was used in the creation of an Infinite Loop movie I call God’s Eye (see films>Infinite Loops for more info).