I've been taking loads and loads of photos, with the end goal of making timelapses.
As you might suspect, this leads up to thousands of photographs pretty quickly.
Thursday, March 12th, I headed to the (frozen) beach of lake Tohloppi (Tohloppijärvi in Finnish), in Tampere, Finland to capture a sunset. I was accompanied by my girlfriend, as well as my dog (Hobo).
I ended up taking a whopping 895 photographs, with them still being unedited.. plus a couple random stills with my other camera.
Saturday, March 14th, I headed to the beach in Pirkkala during the night (yes.. freezing cold) to capture about 50minutes worth of the earth rotating against the sky.. basically stars over Tampere.
I was accompanied by my girlfriend. I ended up capturing about 500 photos in total.
Sunday, March 15th, I headed to the viewtower in Pyynikki, Tampere, to capture a sunset from a place pretty high up. For this project, I wanted to use something different.
I ended up setting my 1 camera with an 11mm lens, and the other at 24mm.. plus I had my GoPro recording timelapse aswell. In total from all 3 cameras, I ended up with about 2500 photographs.
Last night (March 17th - 18th), I headed to Rauhaniemen Kansankylpylä for a spectacular view of a beautiful show of dancing auroras (Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights).
This trip I was accompanied by a fellow amateur photographer, Miia. It was her first ever night-time shooting.
I hope I was of some help with the settings, angles etc.
I had both my cameras recording timelapse and ended up with about 900 photographs in total.
Now.. if only I could find the time to edit the videos..
Here are some photos taken from the trips and shoots I talked during this post..
I hope you enjoy watching them at least half as much as I did photographing them.
My girlfriend and my dog