Some time-lapse play from the 2009 Nebraska vs. Kansas State football game in Lincoln, Nebraska. If I thought this was any better, I’d maybe edit the sequence of it, lengthen some parts, shorten some others.
But as it is, it is chronological and mostly unedited. Likely not going to do anything more with it–as I’ve already put more time into than I should–but I thought I would share it all the same.
Technical: 1220 still frame images shot with a Canon 5d. Lenses: EF 16-35 2.8 and EF 70-200 2.8 IS. Software: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (image editing) and MemoriesOnTV (slideshow).
Husker Senior Day 2009 from Lane Hickenbottom on Vimeo.
5 thoughts on “Several (hundred) photos from Husker Senior day.”
Nice work Lane! I wondered what you came up with at the game. With as many frames as you took, some of that was like watching video (especially the guys crossing their arms with the Blackshirts). I’m glad you shared it.
Convert them into black and white, add some scratches and blotches and you could call it “retro.”
Thanks Steve, it was good seeing you.
William, I actually thought about that–and would maybe do it if I had another couple games to fit together enough footage to warrant putting the stuff together. I thought you could also add background noise that sounds like the ticking of an old reel-to-reel projector.
Matt asked me, “Why don’t you just shoot video?” Because it doesn’t have the same feel.
ooh, lover… you rock!
Lane my daughter and I were standing by the fence for all of this. Do you have these in picture form. I would pay for them. They were great pictures.