I compiled my best timelapses from Zion National park this year in 8K. Check out the video below! https://youtu.be/Vs-9Jb-dx_c
Yesterday afternoon some friends and I drove to Brooklyn for the afternoon. I had taken timelapses of the Brooklyn Bridge before but never on the bridge itself! We had some Pizza at Grimaldi's and then went for a walk to the bridge. I was looking to take some photos of the bridge and cars underneath … Continue reading Brooklyn Bridge Timelapse!
Shutter speed is one of the most crucial components of a timelapse and is one of the most important variables a creator has to pick. A fast shutter speed can show motion and help you shorten the length of time while a long shutter speed can add motion blur but will also lengthen the time … Continue reading What shutter speed should you choose for timelapses?
New York City is a stunning skyline with so many different views and perspectives. From Lower Manhattan to Midtown the skyline has a lot of unique buildings and features. In my opinion, the best and most easily accessible views are from New Jersey: Here are my favorite three views from New Jersey. Liberty State ParkHamilton … Continue reading Top 3 Views of New York City from New Jersey
Do you want to learn how to shoot day to night holy grail timelapses? Sign up for a workshop with myself and Emeric from Emerics Timelapse! Link below https://www.eventbrite.com/e/timelapse-workshop-day-to-night-holy-grail-in-brooklyn-nyc-tickets-168039289037
Zion National Park in Utah is one of the most beautiful parks in the country and the crowds prove that. The classic spots like Angels Landing and Canyon Overlook are worth the hype and a trip in itself but there’s a part of the park with almost no crowds and amazing views - - Kolob … Continue reading Best Photography Secret in Zion National Park? (Kolob Canyon)
Check out my latest and first 8K video of NYC sunrise and sunset shots from 2020! https://youtu.be/x2BoKiqVI0s
Timeslices are one of my favorite things to do with my timelapse photos. It's one of the reasons I recommend to always shoot RAW photos and never video for timelapses. They can create a dynamic effect and gradient of colors. Here is how to easily create timeslices with your timelapse photos. Step 1: Shoot timelapse … Continue reading How to Create a Timeslice in 3 Easy Steps
Two days ago I went to Weehawken, NJ to photograph the sunrise. The weather had potential with high clouds forming over the city. When I got there, it looked amazing and I set up my camera to shoot a wider angle view of the city to capture the sky. My settings were manual at 7 … Continue reading New York City Sunrise with Epic Clouds
Lessons learned for storm photography timelapse video
What's the toughest timelapse to take? at a beach - - read about my experience and tips