Glimpses of Surreal Spiti - A Timelapse Video

Monday, September 20, 2010


I have been pretty busy as I have been telling you from a long time now. It is sad that my last post is more than 2 months old. I have been traveling a lot lately.

Good thing though is that I am completely broke now! :D
So I have decided to take a break from all the traveling and concentrate a little on publishing long pending and new stuff!

So here goes, first in the series of many more interesting posts to come.
A Timelapse video of the spectacular landscapes of Spiti.
This video is the result of a thought to present Spiti in a new way, similar to the thought of showing Ladakh in a new way - in black and white! :)

P.S - Listen with headphones on and full volume. 

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23 comments

  1. nice to see this.. there is jerkiness in the transition showing you haven't dragged the shutter :)

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  2. Absolutely fabulous, Neelima! wish i could head out there right now!!!

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  3. Super cool Neelima!

    And welcome back from the desert of the dreams to the desert of the real :)

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  4. The video is fantastic. I am very curious to find out how you did it.

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  5. This looks great! I've been wanting to experiment with time lapse as well.

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  6. Hi Neelima! Concentrate a little on publishing? Not here... ;))

    Blogtrotter Two just left Sardinia 2009, but it couldn’t make it without showing you the incredible Porto Cervo and its yachts... Enjoy and have a great week!

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  7. dear friend ji

    it is really a fantastic phtogrpah /video u hve shot. nice i also a himalayan trekker
    had been to many places in nepal himalayas and
    three times to EBC AND ABC BASECAMP

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  8. Pure SURREAL... 'm spellbound as well as nostalgic. Thanks for sharing :)

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  9. Wow! I'm speechless. You really have a charmed life... I soooo want to be in your shoes...

    P.S. Shubho Bijoya!

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  10. Wow wonderful, nice takes .just awesome

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  11. Wonderful! Where did yoy find the music to your video?

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  12. loved it, Neelima.. superb! would love to knw how this is done!

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  13. The video you requested could not be loaded! :(

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  14. use twixter the next time. gives amazing results.

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    1. Will check it out. I almost killed myself and the computer trying to work with windows movie maker for this one!

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  15. 1 small tip:Let the final playback framerate be 24 or 30 fps. Anything lower makes it too jerky.Sorry for the shameless plug, but here is mine from EBC: http://www.flickr.com/photos/abhinavrm/6837748615/in/photostream

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    1. Yeah, will keep that in my mind. I don't even remember what frame rate I used for this and there wasn't much material either! I shot this without an intervalometer. :)
      Should try out another one soon.

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