It was a gloomy day today, so I decided to to some indoor macro photography. This is an extreme close up of a soap bubble. I’ve been wanting to revisit this concept for quite some time now, and I’m glad I finally did. You can see more of these photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matt_molloy/sets/72157622317532745/ and see them in motion here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLNFUG8V8h8&feature=youtu.be
483 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. A little messy, but fun none the less.
I drove around for quite some time looking for a good spot to shoot the sunset. I had to settle with this scene, as I was getting low on gas. I passed a few places with a great view, but I would have had to set up on private property. I didn’t want to bother anyone during dinner time to ask for permission, and on top of that, I wasn’t sure who to ask either. I wish I could just take photos wherever I want to, I think it would make my photos and timelapses a lot more interesting.
Here’s a still from a timelapse I shot of a lovely sunset on the 19th of April. You can see the “time stack” version in the previous photo. I’m excited to show you the timelapse video, but I’m really busy so it might take a little while. I still need to make some music for it and put the video together.
186 photos of the sunset merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. I like the pattern in the clouds created from the interval between shots.