Sea Point Sunset

A beautiful mid-winter sunset sky, shot from our balcony on Saturday 16th July. Part of a longer series I’m shooting in and around Sea Point, Cape Town that I hope will see the light of day at some point…

Very much experimental, and lots still to learn, but if you are interested in the setup:

  • Canon 7D with Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L.
  • Shot at f/2.8 Aperture Priority with a 6 second interval between shots. 817 photos – until the shutter speed > longer than the time interval, and it shutdown…
  • GBDeflicker used in After Effects to help with perceptible brightness fluctuations.
  • Photo-JPEG Compression.
  • iMovie for sound and titles.

16 responses

  1. Awesomeness – love how the sun almost appears to explode at 0:16 – want more! We’re going to miss living this side!

  2. Very cool Mark!

  3. Dude, absolutely incredible..just recently been working with a 7D and its blowing my mind. Loved this video..

    1. Thanks Pal. Look forward to seeing more of your work! Must organise a SLR geek outing with Rich Bolland and Andy Schar!

  4. Dude, this is so awesome! I’m guessing your 7D has an interval timer to capture all those shots?

    I can see where this is going with shots like this all around Cape Town…

    1. Thanks Jason. I bought an intervolmeter that plugs into my Canon 7d to set intervals, number of photos, etc.

  5. loving time-lapse!

  6. Nice work bud !!

  7. That’s stunning, I lived on Firmount road for years as a kid, love and miss Sea Point

  8. NICE VERY NICE

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