- [YouTube] Snowlapse 2010.wmv
Time lapse video of the Feruary 5-6 snowfall in DC. Nikon D200 set to make an exposure every 5 minutes. 328 frames at 12 fps.
- [YouTube] Snow Time Lapse
This is a 16-day time lapse of the snow in my backyard building up, then melting again. Enjoy! (Nov. 26 – Dec. 11, 1 sec = 10 hrs) ~~This video was made in the Name of my homie Jesus Christ~~ Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or post one on the site. ciao for now *Can you find Clark?* (Music: Starfield – Shipwreck)
- [YouTube] Winter storm – time lapse (:50)
I recorded the last 48-hours of winter weather through a window of my Appleton home. Watch a weekend of snow fall and digging out in less than a minute.
- [YouTube] Snowpocalypse in Baltimore (Timelapse)
Well, we knew the storm was coming, and it sure did come. A total of 25 inches of snowfall in Baltimore. This time-lapse video started on Friday, 3:38pm (2/4/2010) and ended on Saturday, 5:30pm (2/5/2010). The street is S. Bouldin in Canton. Camera: Nikon D90 Music: Shapes of My Heart by 3 Sons Productions http://www.soundcloud.com/3sonsproductions/shapes-of-my-heart http://www.3sonsproductions.com
- [YouTube] Denver Snow Storm timelapse
This is our backyard I took over 1000 frames. 1 every 30 seconds … We still got a foot of snow after I stopped this!
- [YouTube] 30 hour snow storm time lapse – Washington DC
Video taken from approximately 1200 February 5, 2010 till 1800 February 6, 2010 in Alexandria, VA (5 miles south of Washington, DC). Interval: 1 second every 1 minute; 28:31 minutes captured. Timeline speed: video speed = 1000% original capture Music: “Killing Time” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) I shot this with my Sony PDX-10 on interval. It was pointing out my window, and so during the night section it occasionally goes out of focus due to car headlights reflecting off the glass. The power also went out at 2300 and it ran on battery for nearly five hours. There is a one hour gap between when the battery finally died and when I was finally able to plug it in again the next morning at 0500.