Two and a half hours of stormy weather on the north Cornwall coast in November, condensed down to 23 seconds

This timelapse sequence shows the North Cornish coast in late November, over a period of two hours from shortly after dawn. A series of winter showers and squalls blow in over the Camel estuary from the north/north-east.

The images were taken on a Panasonic GF1, taking one shot every 15 seconds until the card was full (Aperture priority at f8, Auto ISO, manually focussed on the headland). The camera was controlled by a JMC remote timer bought on ebay. I then used Lightroom to convert the 550 or so images into a 24 frames per second video clip, using Sean McCormack’s Lightroom Preset and Template for timelapse (see



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