I’ve had my DSLR camera since August 2011, and I’ve been taking thousands of pictures with it ever since. My hard drive in my Mac was exploding at the seams until I purchased a new 1 TB external drive last March. The reason I’ve been taking so many pictures is because not too long after getting my DSLR, I discovered time-lapse photography. I fell in love with the concept and had been learning how to create time-lapses, from how to take the pictures, to how to edit them, to how to create and edit the videos. I quickly learned you need a lot patience. Needless to say, taking pictures of an ice cube melting was one of the first time-lapse clips I created, and much patience was learned.
Fast forward to February 2012. I took a trip to Europe for the first time, visiting Barcelona, London, and Paris. I decided it would be a great opportunity to take time-lapse pictures on the trip, so I packed 2 tripods with me and off I went. It was quite a hassle having to stop every now and then for 10-15 minutes to take pictures, and I know I might have annoyed my friends a bit, but it was well worth it in the end. Since this is my first video, any feedback and comments are welcome. I’m hoping that I can continue taking time-lapse photos while I’m abroad in Africa, so the more I can learn now, the better prepared I will be later. Enjoy!