Vancouver Harbor

Jump to:

Personal tools

From Time Machine

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (About this Time Machine =)
 
(4 intermediate revisions not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
Port Metro Vancouver is the largest port in Canada, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, and the largest port on the West Coast of North America. Vancouver is the 50th largest port in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)
Port Metro Vancouver is the largest port in Canada, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, and the largest port on the West Coast of North America. Vancouver is the 50th largest port in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)
-
Zoom in to see the movement of both the high profile and low profile container gantry cranes, and the loading and unloading of ship containers.
+
Zoom in to see the movement of both the high profile and low profile container handling gantry cranes, and the loading and unloading of ship containers.
= About this Time Machine =
= About this Time Machine =
-
Ronnie Miranda setup a GigaPan EPIC Pro and a Canon T2i with a EF 70-200mm f/2.8L lens camera from the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel. The entire timelapse sequence covers 8 hours with 20 image per GigaPan set at 80 secs interval per set.
+
Ronnie Miranda setup a GigaPan EPIC Pro and a Canon T2i with a EF 70-200mm f/2.8L lens from the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel. The entire timelapse sequence was shot on November 1, 2011 and covers a 6-hour period with 20 images per GigaPan set at 80 secs interval/set.
{{TimeWarpComposer}}
{{TimeWarpComposer}}
{{TimelapseViewer|timelapse_id=vancouver-harbor-v2|timelapse_dataset=1}}
{{TimelapseViewer|timelapse_id=vancouver-harbor-v2|timelapse_dataset=1}}

Latest revision as of 17:12, 22 May 2014

Port Metro Vancouver is the largest port in Canada, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, and the largest port on the West Coast of North America. Vancouver is the 50th largest port in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)

Zoom in to see the movement of both the high profile and low profile container handling gantry cranes, and the loading and unloading of ship containers.

About this Time Machine

Ronnie Miranda setup a GigaPan EPIC Pro and a Canon T2i with a EF 70-200mm f/2.8L lens from the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel. The entire timelapse sequence was shot on November 1, 2011 and covers a 6-hour period with 20 images per GigaPan set at 80 secs interval/set.