Some recent work + Timelapse

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  1. jsecordphoto

    jsecordphoto Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Been crazy busy the last few weeks, the fall foliage was very late this year, and is finally looking good at least in northern New England. I recently picked up a Syrp Genie and slider, for doing motion controlled timelapse, so I've been focusing on doing that stuff. Here's a recent timelapse and some stills

    Moonrise over Whaleback Light
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    Sunset at Cherry Pond
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    Dinsmore Pond Aurora
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    JacaRanda Hobbyist Birdographer

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    Sweet. All are really nice, but #2 has beautiful light and makes me wish I were there. Aurora is stunning!
     
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    jsecordphoto Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks, yeah the light was reallllly good that day, the best I've ever had there. It's about a 2 mile hike out to that spot, I lugged all my gear out there three times last week trying to get the timelapse sequence the way I wanted hah.
     
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    Great stuff as usual, I especially like the mood and soft colors on that first one. Is that a single shot or a composite?

    I think we may have a less than ideal foliage season this year with all the wacky weather. Here in MA I see a lot of trees still not even close to full color but with lots of leaves falling before they turn.

    Heading to Vermont this weekend to try to find some peak views.
     
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    Moonrise shot is a single frame. Yeah this fall has been pretty lackluster, but it's looking pretty good now in the notches of NH, parts of VT are really nice as well.
     

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