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【CURATED】14 Days Timelapse of U.S. East Coast in 10 Minutes, across New York, Charleston, Savannah

2020-05-01 08:55:53
JeffHK
Follow my life at sea on Instagram @jeffrey.hk
www.instagram.com/jeffrey.hk

If you'd like to support my camera work so I can continue timelapse (this piece used up almost half of my D750 Shutter Life. Rain and camera also don't get along) please check out my patreon:
https://www.patreon.com/YTJeffHK



Two weeks of non-stop shooting, 1600GB - 62,000 of raw image files along with 500GB of rendered video files to combine into this piece.
After transiting Panama Canal, our ship cross the Caribbean Sea into Atlantic Ocean and arrive at New York, Savannah then Charleston. The timelapse was taken over span of 15 days, some less interesting parts were speed up or faded out (cargo work, daylight hours with no clouds). Most night shots were done on 25 second shutter speed at 30 seconds interval, with port arrivals and departures at 4~8s interval.

*note* The time-lapse was presented different than actual port rotation, its narrative was not linear. I purposefully reshuffled Charleston before New York because it'd be anti-climatic to start the timelapse with dark moody rainy day arriving at New York.

Support my photo/videography through my patreon and affiliate links!
https://www.patreon.com/YTJeffHK
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【CURATED】14 Days Timelapse of U.S. East Coast in 10 Minutes, across New York, Charleston, Savannah

2020-05-01 08:55:53
JeffHK
Follow my life at sea on Instagram @jeffrey.hk
www.instagram.com/jeffrey.hk

If you'd like to support my camera work so I can continue timelapse (this piece used up almost half of my D750 Shutter Life. Rain and camera also don't get along) please check out my patreon:
https://www.patreon.com/YTJeffHK



Two weeks of non-stop shooting, 1600GB - 62,000 of raw image files along with 500GB of rendered video files to combine into this piece.
After transiting Panama Canal, our ship cross the Caribbean Sea into Atlantic Ocean and arrive at New York, Savannah then Charleston. The timelapse was taken over span of 15 days, some less interesting parts were speed up or faded out (cargo work, daylight hours with no clouds). Most night shots were done on 25 second shutter speed at 30 seconds interval, with port arrivals and departures at 4~8s interval.

*note* The time-lapse was presented different than actual port rotation, its narrative was not linear. I purposefully reshuffled Charleston before New York because it'd be anti-climatic to start the timelapse with dark moody rainy day arriving at New York.

Support my photo/videography through my patreon and affiliate links!
https://www.patreon.com/YTJeffHK
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