Kalalau trail, Kauai, HI
Just for fun, this is what the same spot looks like in Google Street View:
Sorry, Tattoo & Piercing, you’ve been replaced by Coffee. Also, it looks like Google needs to store high-dynamic range versions of all the Street View imagery and then render it at 8-bits per channel based on the scene being viewed. This would still be a high contrast scene, but at least they could retain some cloud detail. It would be cool if Street View worked more like video games which adjust brightness based on where you are looking (i.e. in a tunnel, indoors vs outdoors, etc.). Get to work, Google!
My other hobby is driving, and it’s roads like these that get my blood pumping. Never mind that I had to drive this road in a Dodge Caliber…
My first timelapse! Late to the bandwagon, I know, but I had to give it a shot. I used the built-in intervalometer on my camera to take 3 exposure-bracketed shots every 15 seconds. I used Lightroom and Panolapse to process the images, add movement and generate a video. Panolapse was fantastic to use, and I’ll be reviewing it in the near future.