Last time I was not so succesfull with my participation at Matt Granger’s (ThatNikonGuy) photocompetition. But it’s always fun to participate. So I do it again. This time actually is a bit different. I started making timelapses, which despite usually done by photographers are videos. It’s really a lot of work. So despite haven taken the standard red blossom and red chili amongst many green on the plant I wanted to upload my timelapses. This took me several hours to get them this far. I wonder a bit why no one submits videos. I checked, they are allowed. So now I’m really curious about the feedback. You can see the video here:
The last one got 505 view, 1 like, 0 comments. Let’s see how this one does.
If you want to see the other participants in Matt Granger’s photocompetition for august, just click here.
The next video I made after very heavy snowfall. Approximately 80cm went down during one day. One day later I went to the turtlepond. This pond permanently has 28°C warm thermal water. The turtles and goldfish are there the whole year, even in deep winter. Here you see footage of the pond before and after heavy snowfall. I like the nice contrast between the thick snow you get in the alps and the animals which usually live in more tropical regions.
If you like this to, please comment, share and/or like that I know I didn’t get my feet wet because of the snow and the rest of me because of the rain.
Long time ago I wanted to upload a video of the Warmbach in Villach (see here – in german). I actually took a few videoparts then but had no software to process it. Now I at least can do easy things like combining in Lightroom. So I did and uploaded the video to youtube. Please enjoy good 5 minutes of hot water, cold snow, tropical fish and plants.