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Setting Up Camp
This timelapse was inspired by a timelapse I did last year at Rathtrevor. I took a photo every 10 seconds starting at 5:00:38 pm and took 271 pictures (ended at 5:45:38). I made the same mistake as last year - I left the auto focus on so the camera refocused from time to time which on this lens changes the focal length (effectively zooms). To fix it I used the auto align layers command in photoshop which took approximately 18 hours to run. The auto align wasn't perfect, but it's an improvement.

The video was assembled at 15 frames per second which makes it just over 18 seconds long.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Miracle Beach Camping > Setting Up Camp

Setting Up Campsite
Shot taken every 15 seconds, 160 frames (40 minutes) total. The popping in and out was because I left the camera with focus on so sometimes it focuses closer and that changes the effective focal length. My bad.
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Rathtrevor Camping 2 > Setting Up Campsite

Gear Loadout At Manning
Important thing to note - no tripod. I forgot to bring it.
People: Claira, Nara

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Manning Camping 2 > Gear Loadout At Manning

Stuff From The Car
Stuff From The Car
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Cultus Lake > Stuff From The Car

So Much Stuff In ACar
So Much Stuff In ACar
People: Helen, John, Mark

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Manning Camping > So Much Stuff In ACar

The Zoo At Deep Cove
The Zoo At Deep Cove
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Granite Falls > The Zoo At Deep Cove

Packs In The Parking Lot
Packs In The Parking Lot
People: Helen

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Garibaldi Lake, Panorama Ridge > Packs In The Parking Lot

Packing Up
Packing Up
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Galiano May Day > Packing Up

Packing Up
Packing Up
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port Renfrew > Packing Up

The First Problem
We didn't know it, but you are looking at 480lbs of gear.
John Harvey Photo > Mudge Island > The First Problem

Moving Gear To Beaver
It certainly wasn't a nice day out there but you can see the clear area over the straight where we were going.
John Harvey Photo > Mudge Island > Moving Gear To Beaver

Packing Up To Go
Hatchbacks are good! We managed to get 9 people into these two cars here and with a bit of work, we got all 9 people in to go home.
John Harvey Photo > Pender Island for the May Long Weekend > Packing Up To Go

Loading the Boat

We spent a fair amount of time doing this... Sunning ourselves, packing and repacking the gear, and just generally waiting.

People: Mark

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Scuba Diving > Porteau Cove > Loading the Boat

Packing Up

Breaking camp on the morning of day 3.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Bike Camping on Pender Island > Setting up Camp on Pender Island > Packing Up

Mark J Moving Gear

Mark and his kooky looks. It's amazing how heavy those boxes are when leave your ocean weight belt in the box.

People: Mark

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Scuba Diving > Whyte Cliff Park > Mark J Moving Gear