A collection of time-lapse scenes that I shot while on vacation in Toronto recently, photographed using my Canon G9, with help from CHDK and an intervalometer script. I used VirtualDub to process the 3,000+ photos into actual video. The music is an untitled track that I started back in 2007, but never got around to finishing.
Today, I decided to experiment with some time-lapse photography using my Canon G9 camera. Even though I just quickly pointed the camera out of my (dirty) bedroom window, I really like how it turned out. I’m definitely going to have to explore this technique some more and find other interesting things to capture! This video spans approximately 40 minutes in real time.
Whenever I travel, I enjoy photographing interesting geometric structures that catch my eye, particularly within airports and other modern locations. It’s rare that I actually use these photographs for anything other than my own amusement, but on this occasion I decided to try and be a little more creative. ‘A46′ was created by blending a mixture of elements cut from these photographs.