Matt Simoneau sits around the corner from me at work, and he made this nifty time-lapse video. He calls it Clouds Outside My Office Window. Well, Matt’s view is my view, so these are also clouds outside my office. Like he owns the clouds! Those are my damn clouds.
Click on through to see the animation. As you can see, life at a software company is pretty dynamic. It gets crazy some days. For example, did you see those cars go flying through?
The story of how Matt got his camera to take these pictures is a good illustration of how communities can put open source code to work. The Canon camera that he used to do this didn’t originally have the time-lapse feature. But amateur code sleuths figured out how to hack into the camera’s firmware and give it new features. If you have a Canon camera, you get to benefit for free. This ends up being very handy for people like kite aerial photographers. Not to mention amateur intervalometric photojournalists like Matt.
2 thoughts on “Time-Lapse Clouds”
Attractive photography and also filled with really cool colors giving an impression of calmness and peace.
I can’t say as I like the shadow creeping across the buildings: very disctracting and somewhat ominous. Matt needs to find a firmware hack that will keep the sun from moving around so much. (I hear tell you can do this on a NASA computer.)
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