On December 25th we usually visit my moms oldest brother (together with a good part of their rather large family) in the western part of Jutland. Quite a bit of pine forest around, which had been marked by the recent couple of storms we’ve been having during the last few months. Several of our usually-used paths were blocked, and at one place a large area had been completely swept clear of any trees that had dared approaching more than one or two meters above ground. Incredible forces at play, that’s for sure…
As usual, we spent some of the evening on December 23rd decorating our Christmas tree – and I thought I’d try playing around a bit with some timelapse photography. Apart from not having set the camera to manual exposure (to avoid the slight flickering whenever the exposure changes), and the lighting being not completely optimal, it still worked quite well… Merry Christmas!
Continuing the posts on the Rllmuk photo competitions, next in line is September 2013, with ‘Contrast’ as the subject. I was rather lacking inspiration for this, and tried out a number of different things before ending up at something I liked enough to enter. Read on for the process, and a couple of intermediate photos.
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