Welcome to The Timelapse Photographer

The site is in its infancy, and there is little content outside of the video library (from which a random pick is shown below). As the links on the right indicate the plan is to host tutorials on timelapse photography from shooting to post processing and perhaps eventually a store with high quality/resolution footage. Until then, contact me if you're interested in obtaining any of the footage in high resolution.

I will also be grateful for feedback if you encounter something on the site that doesn't appear to work as intended.
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Between Substorms
Near Ester Dome, Alaska Feb 4 2009

This was captured during an interval of steady southward Bz (~-8nT), solar wind velocity and density at 350km/s and 10-20 particles/cm3 respectively. The activity appeared to be caused by a small CME. A substorm had gone off about an hour before the video starts and another one went off about an hour after it ended, so what we see here is steady dawn cell convection in between substorms with mostly diffuse and pulsating aurora overhead, omega bands drifting by and an arc occasionally brightening to the north.


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