Saturday, October 28, 2006

No storm!

It cleared up... It was a bit windy though.
windy day

7 comments:

Eric said...

I love this effect of time lapse. How did you do it? A great tip to leave on the public forum when you have time.

Stefan Jansson said...

Thanks Eric. If you mean the animation I used a tripod, shot some 20 photos and then used Atani to make the gif.

Denton said...

I don't normally like moving gif files however in this case it does a great job of showing the wind. They are normally used by aggravating ads. However, your use of the technique is interesting and informative.

Curly said...

Great .gif!

Curly's Photoshop

perle de rosée said...

How did you do this effect ? Atonishing ! But the wind is very strong !

Leif Hagen said...

Steffe, Sven och Svante! Trellingar!! Visst inte att du ha bror som ser ut precis some dej! Hur har du gjort det da?!

Halsningar fran Hagen

Steffe said...

Ha! It's easier for you because you have a twin brother! But for the rest of us it is a little harder. Set up the camera with a tripod and use a manual setting so you get the same exposure for every photo. Shoot as many photos you like, where you stand, sit, or do whatever you want in the scene, and shoot using the timer (if you don't have an assistant).Then in Photoshop open two photos and copy one of them onto the other as a new layer. Then all you have to do is use the history brush tool.