BURNED ABANDONED Buses in the CALIFORNIA DESERT

BURNED ABANDONED Buses in the CALIFORNIA DESERT


We went to Joshua Tree area to shoot the Milky Way during the Perseid Meteor Shower and found an amazing location via @ TimelapseJunkie Instagram friend. We got to shoot some timelapses of burned abandoned buses somewhere in the desert.

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11 Comments on "BURNED ABANDONED Buses in the CALIFORNIA DESERT"


  1. Download my Timelapse and Hyperlapses Classes – https://www.emerictimelapse.com/courses

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  2. Je n'aurais pas essayé car je trouve ce décor un peu trop chargé et désordonné de jour et pourtant… Le résultat est magnifique!!!

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  3. Cool VLOG. It looks like you had a successful shoot. I am always looking for new things to shoot and this seems like a great subject. Did you consider shooting from inside looking up at the Milkyway? I look forward to more.

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  4. on remarque comme des lumières de flash dans le timelpase : c'est lié à quoi ? un flash en définitif quand même … et pourquoi alors ? Merci pour cette découverte inattendue  dans le désert

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  5. Damn! How do you get such good results with Canon? My timelapses are always noisy on my Canon 5D Mark IV. I assumed it was because the Canons could not keep up with the Sonys that my friend's use because they always got better results. I'm shooting on ISO 100. Wonder what I'm doing wrong? Guess I need to buy your videos!

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