I always loved the look of Timelapse videos, as I found the ability to squeeze several hours of time into a short video interesting and beautiful at the same time. Until some time ago, timelapse photography would require the use of DSLR, mirrorless or some other camera, either with a built-in method to shoot an image every couple of seconds, or with an external intervalometer. It would also require a sturdy tripod, and for longer time lapses some way to extend and enhance the power supply, as the batteries in DSLRs or EVIL cameras are good for a couple of hundred shots on one charge (around 500 in the best case) and the entry-level cameras made by most manufacturers normally don’t have provisions for powering them externally while shooting.
I went to the cinema yesterday to watch “Atomic Blonde” which goes by the name of “Atómica” here in Spain. It’a a spy movie, albeit an unusual one. Charlize Theron goes out of her wat to play a femme-fatale MI6 Secret agent, and John Goodman is in it for a nice final twist of the plot, but better go to the movies and see it happen yourself. What I want to talk about is the soundtrack and the production design of the movie.
From Cryptonomicon (Neal Stephenson):
El grandioso Ignatius Farray contra las magufadas: