This video is a collaboration between Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty. All timelapses were shot on the Canon 5D Mark II with a variety of Canon L and Zeiss CP.2 Lenses.
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For the most part recently, I’ve been trying to focus the RubbleSites on my own content, but this one is really nice and I couldn’t resist posting it here.
I must admit, though, that while all these time lapse videos are very pretty, a part of me is starting to get a real “been there, done that” feel with them. Not that I have done it yet, but they are starting to blur together a bit.
A lot of good photographers all producing work that looks too much alike?
Or a lot of mediocre photographers using proven techniques that will always produce interesting results?
Probably a little from both.
And it probably won’t stop me from trying one myself this summer.
I do like this one. It stands out a bit which is probably why I am going ahead and posting this here. It’s hard to beat Yosemite and I really liked the shot of the tiny climber’s light on the cliff at night.
This is the product of Project Yosemite by Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty, a pair of time lapse enthusiasts who apparently met through Vimeo. What started off as one trip into the park turned into a whole series of excursion in their bid to document Yosemite at its most gorgeous.