Even after watching so many YouTube tutorials and reading up on aperture, ISO, shutter times and so on it has been quite difficult to do an night lapse video and have it turn out not only clear but also captivating.
So after a 3 am start ( mind you I still have a full days work afterward 🤦🏻♂️) I drove up to Kings Park in Perth and took this little beauty, it reminds me of a scene from the original Independence Day movie ✌️
You have to have patience for photography and a lot of passion for it. I spent 5 hours todays on my first attempt of a night lapse video using my new GoPro Hero 8. Some may call me a sucker for for new tech, and that I guess I am, but in all honesty to be able to capture an image or a small clip in the way I did today …. then its all worth it.
For many the biggest obstacle to Trekking in the Himalayas or Doing their first ( and i guarantee wont be their last) trek to Everest Basecamp is the flight to Lukla Airport. I don’t blame them as it has been named as the worlds most dangerous airport. However as with everything we do in life there is always a risk, and the aviation industry in Nepal is constantly improving.
Needless to stay the experience is always harrowing but once you land the elation and relief is an experience in itself 🙂
No matter where I go there is always something that triggers a second look. Its that second look that deserves a photo or a recording to be taken and shared with everyone who wasn’t there to experience that fleeting moment