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    Birth of clouds (IR Time-lapse)

    I've been playing around with doing time-lapse with IR and thought I'd share this clip. 100 images (1-shot every 10-seconds). The images were shot in Jpeg, opened in C1 and converted to black & white then over to Adobe Premier Elements 7 where each image was resized to .05 seconds and saved directly to YouTube. I'm working on two other videos one which will be sepia then other in false color. I'm doing this as I hope to do a capture next month in Monument Valley or Moab, depending on the sky.

    Hope you enjoy it.


    Don


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9PpluvC6Qw

    I also hope to do something similar with the M9 and Cambo WRS/P45+
    Don Libby
    Iron Creek Photography
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    Re: Birth of clouds (IR Time-lapse)

    Here's the sepia time-lapse that runs 6 seconds. I'm still working on the third which I had hoped to be in false color however I think it'll be in B&W instead.


    Don

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAvUP8a_t-s
    Don Libby
    Iron Creek Photography
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