New Hampshire Barn - Star Timelapse

This is kind of my first attempt at an Astro Time lapse. It was shot on a Canon 5D MkIV, 10 second shutter speed, ISO 3200, 15 second intervals. I shot for about and hour and a half totaling around 350 photos. I was surprised how far the stars moved in that time frame.

My first “normal” time lapse of the scene yielded interesting results but the stars were so small and there was nothing in the sky large enough to draw attention (like the milky way) as they moved. Because of this, I decided to put my files into StarStax. StarStax takes all of the photos and layers them with each previous photo added to the next via blend mode. You can adjust the streak lengths and save the files individually in order to ultimately create a time lapse. There’s a lot more StarStax can do but I kept it relatively simple for this.

My finished timelapse is a result of StarStax’s layered streaks, which I think helps show the movement of the stars during that hour and a half I photographed them.

The Glassell School of Art

Some recent photos of the Glassell School of Art and Museum District. There's been a lot of construction in front of the building on Montrose, so I plan on going back later to shoot the exterior a bit more.

St. John Vianney Catholic Church

Downtown Houston April

Houston Med Center

Bioscience Research Collaborative and The O'Quinn Medical Tower at St. Luke's

Ireland June 17

Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM

Some photos taken in Llano with my new 70-200 f4.

 

Bats

Bats in flight.

Flash mounted on top of my camera set to high speed sync to freeze them.

Black and White film class TAMU spring 17

These are some of the scanned prints from my black and white film photography class last year. Shot on Canon AE-1 and Canon EOS Rebel SII with mainly Ilford HP5 Plus 400, Fuji Acros 100. There also may be a few shots from Kodak tri-x 400 and/or Kodak t-max 100. All developed and printed by me then scanned on a flatbed scanner.