Timelapse of Clouds and Stars at Alhaurín de la Torre


A timelapse video of stars and clouds moving over the mountains at Alhaurín de la Torre. Patience, a good pair of shoes, a tripod and a couple of hundred photos.


10/10/2016 19:31h

I am pretty sure whoever left that comment probably still lives with mommy and daddy and has nothing to worry about because mommy and daddy takes care of evhtgreiny. I'm 27 and hell, I can afford the whole spring line of Louis Vuitton handbags if I want to but no, I would rather go on a vacation or put all that money in the mortgage or just leave the money on the savings account.

10/10/2016 19:10h

june: yes...shen: i didn't do the place justice by rushing through it. it'd be lovely to just stay a couple of days n drive around. will do tt next time:)pureg: this is monterey, not carmel! carmel post coming up netuxbl.rting: it does:)

20/04/2016 12:14h

To think, I was confesud a minute ago.

19/04/2016 13:24h

It's always a pleasure to hear from someone with exsretipe.

17/11/2013 15:05h

2010-09-29 08:24:32 Thanks for your comment.To feed your eotactepixns - I am starting a huge project right now, not only filmic, but rather sort of multimedia live show that will include also about 1h long non-narrative film. Will be probably released in the middle of 2011. Stay tuned!Regarding the HDR - I can't completely agree with you. My intention was to achieve sort of artificial and glamour sweet look which requires a great light and/or aggressive processing. I agree that a lot of scenes in fact did not require HDR approach because it was possible to capture them using th ...