From: David B. <>
Subject: Re: Time-lapse photography
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Subject: Re: Time-lapse photography
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On 25/01/2018 14:15, Savageduck wrote:
> On Jan 25, 2018, David B. wrote
> (in article <eykaC.618103$SF3.128888@fx28.fr7>):
>> "This vid was posted on FB by Ed Piotrowski of WPDE. I'm assuming its a
>> TV station in the area of the storm. About the video, he says "This is
>> by far the coolest time lapse video I've seen from the Blizzard of 2016.
>> Wayne Bennett's camera took one photo every two minutes for nearly 27
>> hours. He captures 40" of snow over 40 seconds in Martinsburg, WV.
>> Thanks Regina Willis." So I post here for all of you to enjoy, also. It
>> is definitely an awesome time-lapse video."
>> That is a comment under this video!
>> I've never seen so much snow!
> If it is timelapse work you enjoy, try this little example of what can be
> done with an iPad and some skill.
> <>

Wow! That is amazing! :-)

I don't think I've told you that my sister is an artist. She'll be 
enthrawled when I show her this video!

You may already be aware that the App store for the iPad/iPhone differs 
to the App store for the iMac. It took me quite some time to realise this!

Thank you so much for posting the link.

David B.