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The Blizzard of 2015

As I did for the Blizzard of 2013, I again setup my camera to shoot a time-lapse for the duration of the storm.  I started the sequence of every two minute intervals at 11:00pm and finished up a little after sunset when the snow finally slowed. During that time, I captured snow plows, the neighbor clearing his driveway, our kids playing in the fresh powder and my daughter's snowman slowly being buried. Here is the full sequence condensed to 23 seconds of the Blizzard of 2015: [KGVID poster="https://wednesdaysinmhd.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Horizontal1.jpg" width="854" height="480"]https://wednesdaysinmhd.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Blizzard-in-Marblehead.mp4[/KGVID]

By |2015-01-27T19:26:34+00:00January 27th, 2015|Categories: Video|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Blizzard of 2013

With the blizzard predicted to dump 2 feet of snow, I thought it might be cool to watch the snow fall as a time lapse.  I set up my camera on a tripod against a window looking out at the street at noon on Friday.  Using an intervalometer, I had the camera take a photo every 5 minutes and stopped it at 7am.  After some quick edits, I combined the 228 images into this 10 second time lapse.  Enjoy! Now to dig out so I can get some photos around town...

By |2016-11-06T12:06:02+00:00February 9th, 2013|Categories: Video|Tags: , |0 Comments

Sunset at Rockett Landing – A Time Lapse

I learned a lot from the first time lapse video and wanted to try my hand at it again.  Had a later start and couldn't make it to Chandler Hovey before sunset so I set my sights on Rockett landing off Village street.  Set up the camera to shoot every 5 seconds and stayed in the car to keep those mosquitos away.  Didn't have as great a sunset but the cloud movement made up for it.  I can't believe how much those boats move around in their moorings...

By |2016-11-06T12:06:28+00:00August 4th, 2011|Categories: Video|Tags: , , , |3 Comments