HDR-timelapse… Hot stuff!
This weekend I decided that being bitter about not going to a summery glacier won’t get me anywhere… So instead I called my good old friend Johan ”Spoon” Schedin. In longing memory of winter and absence of slushy summer shedding we decided to do the only reasonable thing: spend a really cold evening downtown Uppsala experimenting with HDR and timelapse! These are the results… Actual video will be up as soon as I get my deflickering software working…
Above: Just beside the Uppland Museum lies Saluhallen – one of the more popular night clubs in Uppsala… More than one drunk stopped and asked what the hell we were doing standing there freezing… could have asked myself the same question at the time – but in the end it all felt worth it!
Below: The not-so-HDR-cellphone-photo of the setup (left camera doing regular timelapse hooked up to a laptop with EOS Utility remote shooting).
Camera: Canon 7D
Lenses: Samyang 14mm f/2,8; Tokina 28-70mm f/2,8
Picture Profile: Neutral
HDR-tonemapping done in Photomatix Pro.