Category: Time-lapse

Juno: Blizzard of 2015 Time-Lapse

The Blizzard of 2015 hit Southern New England on January 26th, 2015 and stuck around through the night of January 27th. This time-lapse contains 2,733 photos taken during the blizzard, spanning a time-frame of over 26 hours.

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Quintus Winter Storm Time-Lapse

Ahh the life of a photographer…never a dull moment. Perhaps it’s just my [photography] life? Whatever it is, this was certainly an interesting experience. Personally, I think it’s time for an equipment upgrade…but I digress. On to the blog!

The Setup

First, let me take you through setup the process I use when making a time-lapse. Knowing that I’d be staying at my girlfriend’s house for the duration of this snow storm, I had to make sure that I brought all of my equipment over to her house beforehand. Little did I know, I forgot one important piece of equipment. More on that a bit later.

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Hercules Winter Storm Time-lapse

During the night on Jan. 2nd, I shot this time-lapse of over 1600 photos. Winter storm Hercules was bearing down on Southern New England. I set up shop around 9:00pm on Jan. 2nd and the last photograph was taken around 6:30am the next morning. From time to time there were near white-out conditions during this storm, though it was not as bad as the Blizzard of 2013. Like my previous time-lapse, this was shot with 2 cameras (a Canon Rebel XT, and a Canon Rebel T3) using an 18-55 lens set at ~18mm.

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