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Nice time-lapse photos in-flight SFO-CDG
This is very cool. The guy got lucky with the aurora borealis.
This time-lapse video was shot by Nate Bolt using a Canon 5D Mark II, a 16-35mm lens, a tripod, and an intervalometer on an Air France flight from San Francisco to Paris. The camera snapped a photo every 2-30 seconds throughout the 11 hour flight, roughly capturing one photo every two miles of the journey.
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Originally Posted by Pesky Monkey
That's a really great video. Well done. It's amazing on three levels.
1) You rigged stable tripod setup inside the plane!
2) Aurora Borealis! Sweet.
3) Flight attendant didn't harass you
Really cool. Thanks.
No, he didn't hassle from his flight attendant. What is so incredible that he took a nice couple shots. Wow! Unbelievable!! I could have some for me. Where I can buy a new Aurora Borealis? How much costs is that? Which store where I can buys a new video for me.
Very, very cool. I am a sucker for time lapses, so a combination of time lapse, airplane flight, and the aurora borealis is of course really cool . I got a chuckle out of the creator's comment "Thanks to my neighbors for not minding an SLR click every 2 to 30 seconds for 11 hours" haha. I also wonder how the shooter was lucky enough to not have a neighbor allowing him to set up a tripod. Lastly, my understanding with time lapses videos is that all settings should be on manual. With an intervalometer, how were the settings modified for correct exposures and focusing for all of the shots?