The Hill at sunset.

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The end of this sequence did not work out as I wanted. I set the exposure interval to 2.5 seconds, but the final exposures required more time than that so they are underexposed and you can't see the lights on the buildings. Part of the learning experience, but creating these sequences is remarkably easy. I'll detail the work flow I have developed in another example.

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  1. * sharon - sparkles * 84 months ago | reply

    Oh my! How incredibly lovely is this. Nice work. :)

  2. Alan P Jones 84 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called All Flickr vids, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Happy memories of Ottowa, is the cat lady still by the parliament building ?

  3. alfredo gonzalez reig [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

    muy lindo

  4. Hair-Flick 83 months ago | reply

    Amazing video - a favourite.

  5. Alicia en Sheffield 82 months ago | reply

    wonderful landscape and light sequence
    This clip is fabulous!
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  6. face painter 76 months ago | reply

    That is a wonderful series. You are a very patient person.

  7. Marty 1955 ... 66 months ago | reply

    Wow Bob that was so cool....thanks....kinda made me homesick a little.
    I now live in North Bay but born and raised in the capital....

    Did you take that from the Interprovincial bridge ?


  8. Seleneaurora 64 months ago | reply

    i love this, castles fascinate adding this as a favorite

  9. zanmer 64 months ago | reply

    yeah that was great hmnn.. I like it that was awesome..

  10. Lenabem-Anna J. 64 months ago | reply

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  11. cpcmollet 59 months ago | reply

    great work !!!! very nice

  12. Dj_morex 55 months ago | reply

    how can i make something like this witha a photo camera? or can not??
    i have a nikon d3000 and a lap top... what i need to read and get to make something like this?
    realy cool; keep up!!

  13. aeL... 47 months ago | reply

    nyc!! :))

  14. arenasengok 41 months ago | reply

    very very nice

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