May is "PHOTO-PASSAGE of TIME" Month

Let's return to a topic that we first touched on a few months ago:  Using photography to convey the passage of time.   Last month we brought an old black and white image up to date by colorizing it with Photoshop.  This month let's impart some motion to our images with a couple of techniques that some of you may want to try yourselves.

Carl will show us how easy and fun it is to create time lapse videos using only $15 in new equipment! We'll also revisit some "Then and Now" examples, showing ways to connect present-day scenes to their historical versions with various animation techniques.


We'll also have our usual fare:  Lynda vids, along with  assorted Lightroom and Photoshop instruction.  It's going to be a full plate, so if you come without a pen and at least a few 3x5 cards to write on, don't say we didn't warn you! 


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  • Mari

    Thank you Maryanne. I was happy to be able to squeeze in last minute and show my 'work'. Been my biggest hobby, but besides family and friends never had a chance to show it to others. Glad everyone enjoyed it.

    May 16

  • Maryanne N.

    Excellent introduction into time lapse photography Carl! You made it look easy (except for the hours needed to watch and listen to your equipment). Brilliant idea Steve - stop motion videos and grandkids at the kitchen table. Nice tie-into the theme Mari. Enjoyed the Paris scenes.

    May 16

  • Michael

    Thank you Carl, excellent. I learned a lot.

    May 15

  • Carl C.

    Here's the link to the time lapse video I made of the meeting. Certainly not a work of art, but fun to watch.
    http://carlcrumley.zenfolio.com/p463105828/h2e1ec39#h2e1ec39

    4 · May 15

  • Mari

    Thanks everyone for allowing me to share some of my examples of (low res) timelapse shots I took in Japan and Florida and also my "Now and Then" video of Paris 1974 vs 2004. I enjoyed the group and look forward to future meets.

    1 · May 14

  • Irwin

    Very Informative & well presented !

    May 14

  • Irwin

    Carl, Can I show you my photo to see if it is acceptable for display? [masked]

    May 14

    • Carl C.

      Sure. Send it to me at [masked].

      1 · May 14

  • Carl C.

    Mystery solved on why my time lapse camera in the back of the room quit after only an hour and 15 minutes. I had it set for full RAW rather than the much smaller s-RAW I intended to shoot. My 22 mp camera filled that 16 GB memory card in a little over an hour. It should make for a nice, quality time lapse when I process it though!

    2 · May 14

    • Irwin

      Can I show you my photo
      To display to see if it's acceptable? Irwin [masked]

      May 14

  • Mari

    I have a great example of Now and Then I like to share during the meeting if possible.

    May 13

    • Carl C.

      My email address is: [masked]

      May 13

    • Mari

      It's a rather large video file in afraid. Ik have my laptop with me out can bring it on a flash drive

      May 14

  • Brian S.

    I have the intervalometer, so far have only used it as a remote trigger. Much better than the Nikon IR or cable.

    May 9

    • Carl C.

      Brian, I'll try to inspire you to put the batteries in that thing and let rip! It's really easy and fun.

      May 9

  • Laurie W.

    Granddaughters spring program, I really wanted to see the time lapse!

    May 9

  • Michael R. E.

    I have a medical procedure earlier in day. If I am up to it I will be at the meeting.

    May 8

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