This Friday I went to Philadelphia for a short day trip. We stopped near Independence Hall so I decided to take a timelapse...of course! I was debating a long exposure timelapse with the crowds and cars but I thought this was a pretty standard shot. I instead decided to do a hyperlapse from left to … Continue reading Independence Hall – Hyperlapse
Last week my brother and I took a day trip to Philadelphia. We wanted to see some historic sites such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell but the city was plenty crowded. We saw the Eastern State Penitentiary and Logan Square instead. Both were cool sites to see and 100% recommended. Eastern State Penitentiary … Continue reading Day trip to Philadelphia!
Yesterday evening I drove to Easton PA to take some pictures of the Northampton St. Bridge. I had been waiting to take photos of this bridge for a few weeks but the weather hasn't really been inspiring. The bridge sits on the Delaware River in-between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The weather has been awful all … Continue reading Easton PA – Northampton St. Bridge Sunset Timelapse
Last night I drove to Reading, PA to see a sunset from Skyline Drive which overlooks the city. The weather was a bit cold but there was the potential for party to clear skies. The overlook has a Japanese style pagoda which is really unique! The sun was setting at 558 pm directly above the … Continue reading Reading PA, Skyline Drive Sunset
Recently I've been on a Timeslice obsession which a several photos in 1! Since I have several sunrise and sunset timelapse I can combine photos I shot from the video into 1 through Photoshop layers. I usually take about 24 photos per each timeslice and stitch them together evenly spaced. I have some from California, … Continue reading Timeslice Obsession!
Yesterday evening I drove to Lambertville, New Jersey to check out a sunset on the Delaware River. Lambertville, NJ sits right on the river and has a walkable bridge to the Pennsylvania side of the river towards New Hope, PA. I've been waiting to go to this area for a bit and saw the sun … Continue reading Sunset on the New Jersey – Pennsylvania Border from the Lambertville-New Hope Bridge
Last weekend I went to Mt. Washington in Pittsburgh to shoot a timelapse of Heinz Field before the game (Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns) started as the stadium was filling. Mt. Washington has some great perspectives of the city, including Heinz Field. I got to Mt. Washington about 1130 and started shooting at ten second … Continue reading Heinz Field Timelapse
Fallingwater is one of the iconic homes built by Frank Lloyd Wright. About 90 minutes from Pittsburgh, this home lies inside the forest of the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania. The home was built into Bear Run and includes waterfalls into its design. Looking at the weather I realized we had an opportunity to see … Continue reading Fallingwater Winter Wonderland
I've been working on my top 2016 videos recently and decided to release a short film highlighting my favorite timelapses of the year. See the video below! The timelapses included are from New York City, Washington DC, California, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Japan! Looking forward to more in 2017! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldVuu8eDixI
Fallingwater Last week we had a small amount of snowfall in Western Pennsylvania. The fresh snowfall was a good opportunity to go shoot timelapses since scenery is so much more pretty after a fresh snowfall and the amount of snow wasn't too much to prevent us from driving to great spots. We went to Fallingwater … Continue reading Winter Waterfalls in Pennsylvania