I Thought He Came With You is Robert Ellison’s blog about software, marketing, politics, photography and time lapse.

Bay Model Tide 360 Timelapse

Bay Model in Sausalito CA

The Bay Model in Sausalito is a two-football field sized working model of the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta. Here's a 360 degree timelapse of the model in action so you can see the tide coming in and out (best in a VR headset but you can pan around as well):

Shot on a Ricoh Theta S and post-processed in LRTimelapse and Adobe Lightroom.

2017 Total Solar Eclipse from Madras, OR

Updated on Thursday, August 31, 2017

Total solar eclipse composite shot from Madras, Oregon for the 2017 eclipse.

Edited highlights from the 2017 total solar eclipse shot from Madras, Oregon.

360 spherical video of totality. This is best in a virtual reality headset.



The three timelapse videos edited into the version at the top of the page. The first one was shot on a GoPro. The second is from a Sony RX100V with an ND5 filter and the third is the Sony timelapse processed to keep the sun at the center of the frame.

(Previously)

Spherical Sunset

Spherical sunset timelapse 360 degree video

An experimental spherical timelapse of a sunset looking west over the Pacific from West Portal, San Francisco.

In your browser use w, a, s, d to tilt and pan. Best viewed in a VR headset.

Shot on the Richo Theta S, post processed with Lightroom, LRTimelapse and FFmpeg.

San Bruno Mountain 360 4K

Updated on Wednesday, February 22, 2017

San Bruno Mountain 360 4K

360 degree 4K timelapse of San Bruno Mountain in San Mateo County, California.

(Previously, Previously)

Mount Davidson 360 4K

Updated on Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Mount Davidson 360 4K

360 degree 4K timelapse from Mount Davidson, the highest peak in San Francisco. Shot in five segments.

(Previously)

Twin Peaks 360 4K

Updated on Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Twin Peaks 360 4K

360 degree timelapse from the top of Twin Peaks in San Francisco.

West Portal 360

Updated on Wednesday, February 22, 2017

West Portal 360

A 360 degree (skipping night) 24 hour time lapse from the roof of my house in West Portal, San Francisco.​