Over the past weekend I’ve been on the Oregon coast taking a little breather from life, but it’s allowed me to experiment with a few of the different videography techniques I’m reading about. If you’ve read my last post, you’ll know that I am both a film geek and an audiophile. This trip has allowed me to step away from programming for a bit, and explore some of my older roots. I also mentioned in my last post, that I would be experimenting with shooting hyperlapses; filming a time-lapse in a moving vehicle. The following video is a hyperlapse while on the road in Oregon, going from Astoria to Cannon Beach… we end on the beach. You can check it out below. Hopefully, I’ll be able to experiment a bit more in the future. The video was shot mounted on our minivan, with photos being taken at 5 second intervals. I was using my Canon T3i with my 18mm lens, and shot with an aperture of f/8. The video was assembled in Adobe Premiere. Make sure to view the video in HD through my Vimeo profile.