Videos: Faster, closer

Had a little time to fiddle with time-lapse videos today. Long story short: Closer, faster. The same views cropped in closer and sped up.

Learned three things: While I like the wide landscape videos, next season I think I’ll focus in closer on particular areas. I need more bulbs for early-season interest. (I crammed a lot in those beds this fall.) And I need to get Fred and Jade to cooperate more to get them in to more images.

Beds around the veggie garden looking east …

Veggie garden beds (east view) from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

Looking west.

Veggie bed close up from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

Hope everyone has a safe and prosperous new year.

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Video: The Year in 100 Seconds

I had time this week to finish up the videos I did from stills for the August Garden Bloggers Design Workshop, adding images from fall and early winter. (It seems out of sequence, but there is a shot in the stack from our mid-October snowstorm.) I discovered that PhotoShop isn’t so good at aligning stacks with this many images (probably because I wasn’t very precise with I shot them), and had to do some fiddling around. Still, it’s a fun little exercise, and I may have more to share later today or tomorrow.

West view, March through December.

Ellis Hollow – The Year in 100 Seconds from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

East view, March through December.

The Year at Ellis Hollow (east view) from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

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