Lambert St. Louis Airport Twilight Time-Lapse

I've made a number of time-lapse clips here and there, but the 30 second one below is my first endeavor to combine my loves of low-light photography, time-lapse and aviation. While a bit embarrassed at how much time I invested in putting this together, I'm still quite proud. It is my sincere hope that you enjoy the finished product as much as I enjoyed creating it.

Okay, so here's the skinny for anyone who's curious about the details:

The camera was pointed at a mirror hanging on the wall of my upper-level room at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel which is just across the highway from the airport. The clip is comprised of 84 still images taken over the course of about 45 minutes in late summer, 2012. The images were taken with my Nikon D90 and what was most likely my 18-200 lens. Shot delays were measured and auto-triggered via an intervalometer. Aside from cropping all images are as they were shot straight out of the camera-- No funny business! 

Music credit: Clubbed to death (Kurayamino Variation) by Rob Dougan on the Furious Angels album.