This article was written by Kenneth Larson.
To me, timelapse photography is one of those things that boggles my mind even when I know exactly how and why it works. I’ve been intrigued by it ever since I can remember, even before I had any interest in cameras and their capabilities. I think the neatest thing about timelapse photography is being able to see how uniform and systematic even the most chaotic things are.
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