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Time lapse ideas?
I just purchased a new camera that can take time lapse photos. I want to use some time lapses in my season edit for next year. Any ideas? I keep in mind that I like in Washington
Skiing is cool.
Film a dead animal decomposing.
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i always like those things that show the seasons kind of. like a timelapse of a forest turning orange in fall, the falling leaves, then snow and all that.
maybe if you have an eventful week, its enough
in all seriousness, i read that 3 times, 1st time i thought what the fuck is he on about, read it again and thought, this fuckbag has to be kidding, read it once more and decided calling you a fuckbag wasnt good enough - sick-as-aids
time lapse the clouds, no one has ever done that before.
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"because fireworks didn't exist in 1776" -Watts
seattle traffic (LOL)
mt rainier surise/sunset
snoqualamie pass (cars/lifts running)
tides coming in/out of the sound
inslee slowly turning the state into a socialist hellscape
snow accumulating in the passes
i dunno, lots of shit hombre
Time lapse the night sky in your backyard. Make sure that the sky is clear and there is a moon. Do that all night long and stop when the sun rises.
"...blah blah blah blah blah interviews, blah blah blah serious skiing." ~Steve Stepp
Hook it up to a hands-free paper towel dispenser and get like 6 months worth of footage of wet hands waving in front of a black box.
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This may sound dumb. But it actually looks dope. If you have a see through stove, time lapse food while it cooks.
Thanks everyone for the responses. Anyone else?
Skiing is cool.
bees building a beehive
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It's not the size of the cliff that matters, it's how you claim it.
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