Ray Collins’ landscapes… better yet, “seascapes” are an awesome experience to marvel at.
September’s First Sunset
Time-lapse on a beautiful September day, on the shores of Crystal Beach in San Narciso, Zambales (Philippines). Each shot we’re 10-seconds apart with a total of 104 exposures; ~17 minutes total real-time.
An August Sunday, East of the Barrio
Blessed with a blue sky and fluffy clouds after weeks of rain, I figure I take the GoPro for another spin and a time-lapse of the Barrio. I faced this one towards the east, overlooking Pasig Proper (Downtown) and part of C5. This has a total of 217 photos, each taken at a 30-second interval. So that’s a total of about 1:48:30 of real-time footage of the area.
A July Sunday in the Barrio
Was looking outside the window and noticed that it’s going to be a gorgeous Sunday. So I decided to test out my new GoPro’s timelapse. First one I have ever done. I still have to figure out how to make a 127-degree FoV vs. this 170. Anyways, I have it take a photo every 30-seconds; a total of about 1′15″ of real-time footage in the barrio.
Inspiration — Multi-exposure photography of Stephanie Jung
Here are some dope pieces from German photographer Stephanie Jung.
A very individual perspective on urban landscapes. Her multiple exposure series from Japan is particularly impressive, featuring her unique view on areas such as Tokyo, Osaka, Shibuya and Nara.