I compiled RAW stills to make this un-edited time lapse. It is very rough, but thought it was interesting. I had a secondary camera set up to try to capture lightning and movement of this beautiful isolated thunderstorm over Frisco, TX on 8-26-12. I watched this storm for about an hour. The sun came out and with it this rainbow. The sun also lit up the rain shaft, which had pea sized hail. very dramatic. Love it when the rainbow appears.
Shot with the Canon 5D Mark III using my Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens. f.22 ISO 100, shutter varied on lighting conditions
Have not seen clouds in a while, so I went back through my images and discovered this time lapse I shot while in Wyoming last month. Time Lapse video shot at 10, 340 feet on top of Rendezvous Mountain – Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Taking a break from a hike, I set the camera up and captured frames for a hour. What a scene! Shot with the Canon 5D Mark III with the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens. Shot in still mode every 3 seconds with a remote timer over a one hour period. Processed in Adobe Lightroom. Assembled in Final Cut Pro
It was a beautiful sunrise. Check out this short clip of the sun rising above the morning fog. Time Lapse video shot in Frisco, TX.
Shot with the Canon 5D Mark II with the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens. Shot in still mode every 3 seconds with a remote timer. Processed in Adobe Lightroom. Assembled in Final Cut Pro