flickr: Images captured in Japan

These images are all captured in Japan between 2015 and 2017 and are part of my flickr page. More images will be uploaded soon.

Static time lapse – Using 366 photographs to illustrate a time lapse as a single image.

This image of the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyois is based on 366 single exposures from a time laps capture of 1.5 hours.

Final image

The main idea behind this image is to illustrate a full 1.5h captured time lapse in one single image. In this example the final image contains 366 single exposures.

To generate the above image the 366 exposures from the beginning of the time lapse (golden hour, left side) to the end of the time lapse (end of blue hour, right side) were averaged.
To calculate a smooth image with these 366 captures an own developed algorithm was used. This algorithm uses the image information of several images to generate a smart rendered result. The direct outcome of this algorithm can be seen here:

366 averaged images

Result of the 366 smart averaged images

To generate the final static time lapse image (first picture) the city lights from the last captured image of the time lapse sequence were added. The Rainbow Bridge Time Lapse sequence is one of several time lapse of the YouTube Channel.

Cabbagetown Chapel

Chapel_TorontoUnfortunately, Photosynth doesn’t work anymore on WordPress homepages by using the iframe function. To view the developed Photosynth, please visit the host homepage through the link below.

Cabbagetown Chapel by FBKPhotography on Photosynth

In this Photosynth the effect of a circular polarizing filter can be observed. Just move your observation location and explore the influence of the used polarizing filter to the blue Sky. In general, a polarizer works the most efficient when your object of focus is oriented at 90 degrees to wherever the sun is.

 


Escape the Canadian winter

Lily_Allans_GardensTo escape the Canadian winter you can visit the greenhouse walk in Allan Gardens, Toronto. With outside temperatures of -20°C (-4°F) Allan Gardens gives a glimpse of spring, as long you are not too close to the glass walls.

Unfortunately, Photosynth doesn’t work anymore on WordPress homepages by using the iframe function. To view the developed Photosynth, please visit the host homepage through the link below.

Allan Gardens, Toronto by FBKPhotography on Photosynth

 


Photosynth – Berlin Cathedral

Full Moon in BerlinBerlin Cathedral during a full moon night.

I originally took the pictures to create a hyperlapse. I then used the Photosynth presentation application to transform them into a photo walk. Now you can take a stroll along the Berlin Cathedral at night or zoom in on its stunning details. Just move the mouse wherever you want to go.

Unfortunately, Photosynth doesn’t work anymore on WordPress homepages by using the iframe function. To view the developed Photosynth, please visit the host homepage through the link below.

Berlin Cathedral by FBKPhotography on Photosynth