Time-lapse photography of clouds and other phenomena in the sky

Martin Setvak
 



Czech version

   Galleries: 2020
Samsung NX500 &  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)   -   last updated:  2020-08-01  

2019 Samsung NX500 &  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)   -   last updated:  2020-04-21

2018 Samsung NX500 &  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm) 

2017 Samsung NX500 &  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm) 

2016
Samsung NX500 &  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm) 

2015
Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)  &  Ricoh GX100  

   2015 - Tenerife, Canary Islands    -   added:  2020-05-17 

2014 Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)  &  Ricoh GX100  

2013 Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)  &  Ricoh GX100

   2013 - Hohe Tauern (Austria)

2012  Ricoh GXR A16 (24-85mm)  &  Ricoh GX100

   2012 - Starry Nights above Southern Africa

2011 
Ricoh GX100
  2010   Ricoh GX100 
     2010 - Colorado & Utah 

2009     Ricoh GX100  

2008     Ricoh GX100 

2007     Kodak P880 

2006     Kodak P880 

2005     Creative Webcam Live Ultra 

other  

... what doesn't fit elsewhere   


Copyright info: All the time-lapse movies shown above (and any other files ibidem) are free for personal and educational purposes only. For any form of commercial use please contact the author.


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In case of problems with smooth playback of the timelapse movie files (problems resulting from older or weaker hardware of your device, or from slower network connection), I recommend to download and save these to your computer first, and open them for playing locally.  If you fail playing these movie files with your system movie player smoothly or if you are not able to play them at all, I recommend trying MPC Home Cinema or VLC Media Player.

"Speed" information indicates how much faster you are viewing these movies as compared to "natural" speed of the sequence. Technically speaking, this is a product of time lapse interval used when shooting the sequence, and frame rate of the video.

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