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Mar 1
I live close to the beach. It takes about 20 mins to walk there on a good day. I figured, 20 minutes is way too long. Let’s cut that down to 20 seconds. Boom!
 
-DB
I took a quick trip to St. Pete Beach with my wife a couple weeks ago. I was able to catch this peaceful time lapse of the sun setting into the Gulf of Mexico.

The west coast of Florida has a very different feel from South Florida. It is much more laid back. It fits perfectly with this smooth, gliding sunset.

If you enjoy the video don’t forget to like and share. Also, let me know what you’d like to see next and subscribe so you can be notified when I post my next project.
 
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Jan 1

This is my first long term time lapse project. My goal was to show a day in Fort Lauderdale, highlighting the beauty and energy through time lapse. It took 10 months, 10,566 images and countless reshoots.

If you enjoy the video don’t forget to like and share. Also, let me know what you’d like to see next and subscribe so you can be notified when I post my next project. 

-DB

Today’s video of the day is serious business. If we all band together we can end the senseless suffering Jack-O-Lanterns post Halloween. 

-DB

This was a very unplanned time lapse. I was on my way home from work and noticed a big storm heading my way. It wasn’t just a wall of clouds though. It had unique coloring. Black, gray and blue. It wasn’t just a wall of clouds, it was flowing and had different levels and curves. 

I hurried home, grabbed my T3i and tripod and ran up stairs. I was able to catch the storm right as it was reaching church.

I thought the church was a cool juxtaposition against the storm. The dark, brooding colors of the storm against the white, angelic feel of the church. 

Let me know what you think.

-DB

This is a video I created from two different time lapse shoots. I went to a parking garage in downtown Ft. Lauderdale two days in a row. The first day I shot away from the setting sun. The second day, I went back at the same exact time and shot at the setting sun. The second day was a little cloudier than I would have liked but I think it turned out good. 

The idea behind this video came from noticing that everyone tends to focus on the focal point of an event. But, if you turn around, sometimes you can catch something just as beautiful. 

-DB

The world’s fastest cruise ship leaving port. Well, kind of. It wasn’t quite this fast but it did move a lot faster than I expected. Took about 15 minutes from start to finish. 

-DB

A nice little Sunday on the Intracoastal. This video is part of a larger Day in Ft. Lauderdale project I’m working on. 

-DB

Apr 2

My newest video - Quarter Waltz. There’s a weird optical illusion thing going on with the quarter. Looks pretty cool. I wish it actually did do that.

-DB

Mar 9

My latest time lapse video. Sunrise over Ft. Lauderdale Beach. My first time lapse with my DSRL. 

-DB