I’ve been working on refining my time-lapse work. Time-lapse can be a challenge to shoot, especially at night when various transient elements can blow your exposure out of the water and ultimately mess up the works. I was shooting a time-lapse at my favorite lighthouse. 23 minutes into the shoot, the exposure got blown out because a floodlight was turned on. This caused the lighthouse to be ghastly looking for the duration of the shoot – another 40 minutes. This meant that the 40 minutes of images were rendered unfixable and junk. I got a decent time-lapse, albeit short, in the earlier 23 minutes of shooting. This image is comprised of the 23 minutes. 188 shots.