The day in 50 seconds

Fiddling around with time-lapse from still images. This is from Saturday — a gray, rainy morning followed by sun and clouds and finally the sun setting over the ridge. Some Photoshopping of the individual images — especially early and late in the day. But you can see how the changing light affects how the garden and ridge look, for example with the backlighting of the grasses toward the end of the day.

The day in 50 seconds from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

How to and a time-lapse of the same scene from March through August.

Sod sofa time-lapse.

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Videos: Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – Time in a Garden

Hat tip to Nan for hosting this monthly workshop.

I’ve been shooting a series of images this year from two spots, anticipating that sometime over the winter holidays I’d piece together a video using these directions at
eirikso.com.

So consider this a work in progress, as the best is yet to come — especially the colors on the borrowed scenery of the ridge of the west view. (View high-def versions here.)

West view, March 15 to August 15:

Ellis Hollow – Season in 60 seconds (west view) from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

East view, March 15 to August 15 (Ignore the typo in the title. This one is ~60 seconds too.):

Ellis Hollow – Season in 60 seconds (east view) from Craig Cramer on Vimeo.

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