Sunrise at Rocky Mountain National Park

I was able to get up in time for sunrise in Estes Park, CO last Friday.  Here is a time lapse of the sunrise.  This is having the same tearing towards the beginning of the video as my other movies.

In other news, I am working on a complete redesign of this site along with new hosting.  Working out some issues with the domain.  Once these issues are resolved, the site will go live.

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Our Sonne cover

Some back story on the Sonne video that has been all over the internet lately.

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Filmed 4 years ago (2012), this Rammstein cover is obviously the most popular video we’ve made so far. There is a story behind the whole atmosphere of this play, but the details will be outlined sometimes in the future, when we’ll have more time to write about it.

Now it’s back, all of a sudden it exploded on facebook. In two days there were more than 7 million viewers. It’s a mistery how this viral thing works.

Unfortunately the person who posted a copy of our video, didn’t mention the name of our band or any info about us. So most of visitors wrote comments and went away. This is like straw fire, nothing will remain. But a few thousand viewers did their own research and found us, glory to God! We even…

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Stop Apple Photos from auto launching

Simply open a terminal and enter:

[code]defaults -currentHost write com.apple.ImageCapture disableHotPlug -bool YES[/code]

Like many other people that use OS X, I have been annoyed by the auto launching of Apple Photos since the recent update.  I use Lightroom to manage my photos, and hate having to close down Apple Photos each time I insert a SD card into my computer.  I found a great workaround here.

Simply open a terminal and enter:

defaults -currentHost write com.apple.ImageCapture disableHotPlug -bool YES

Problem solved.

Connecticut Trip

I’m still trying to work out the overall theme of this site. I think the majority of content will be related to photography. I may also add a few posts at random that are off topic, but are things that interest me.

With 2015 coming to a close, I have had some interest in starting a 365 project in the new year. I know I won’t have the discipline to last more than a week or two, so I may aim slightly lower, or to at least have the goal of shooting at least once a week. I have a large backlog of topics I’d like to post about here, just need to find some time. In between, I might post links to recent images and provide some back story on the location and the thought process to how the image was created.

I took a recent trip to Connecticut.  The main purpose was to visit with family and friends for the holidays, but I also ended up doing some exploring around New England. Most landscapes in New England are a lot more impressive during the Summer and Fall seasons.  There still are a few interesting locations to see during the winter.  Here are some photos from the trip.

I’m still trying to work out the overall theme of this site.  I think the majority of content will be related to photography.  I may also add a few posts at random that are off topic, but are things that interest me.

With 2015 coming to a close, I have had some interest in starting a 365 project in the new year.  I know I won’t have the discipline to last more than a week or two, so I may aim slightly lower, or to at least have the goal of shooting at least once a week.  I have a large backlog of topics I’d like to post about here, just need to find some time.  In between, I might post links to recent images and provide some back story on the location and the thought process to how the image was created.

Littleton Sunrise 12/22/15

This is another attempt at a sunrise time lapse.  This was done using 999 frames 3 seconds apart.  For some reason, 999 is the maximum amount of frames my camera will do using the internal settings.  There also appears to be a frame loss towards the beginning of this video and the last one I created.  I’m wondering if it is the camera or the software I’m using.