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Second Night Campfire
642 Frames - started at roughly 1/4 of a second every 10 seconds, ended at 8 seconds every 10 seconds. I used silent mode that prevent you from seeing the exposure as it shoots (but is much quieter. I had to change the exposure on most of the frames to get the exposure to run smoothly and even then it was a bit of a mess.

Most of the kids are from the other tent's.


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Fort Langley Campfire At Sunset
394 Frames. The exposure kind of falls apart at the end so I had to do the blend two frames trick to stop the flickering.
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Good Creek Fire
The fire was started by a lighting strike the day before. The Okanagan Mountain Park fire was in the same general area so there wasn't much fuel left for this fire to burn.

I setup my tripod in the door of the car while I waited in the lineup to get to our camp site (close to the Mount Enas fire). This is a photo every 10 seconds. I needed to do quite a bit of stabilization in post because the tripod wasn't super stable.


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Mount Enas Fire
As we got closer to the Mount Enas Fire, we got a better view of the extent of it.

10 second gap between photos. Some stabilization between frame 10 and 150 when we weren't moving.


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Approaching Fire
Approaching Fire
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