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I spent almost three hours photographing Kuwait City from Al Hamra Tower yesterday. This magnificent building took me to the highest point in Kuwait on the 74th floor – which I’m told is about 400m high.  I will go through the 300 photos I took with my Nikon over the next few days, and will post the full story with better quality images.  For now, please enjoy this time lapse attempt.  I used a Canon G11 and held it in place, on the scaffolding, using a Gorilla Pod.  The intervals were not regular and I know I missed some of the interesting bits, but I hope it gives you an idea of the elevation and views.  More images soon…

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8 Comments

    • maitham
    • Posted 1 November 2010 at 10:53 pm
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    can’t wait ! ;)

    • Monica B
    • Posted 2 November 2010 at 2:07 am
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    http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/G11

    If you’d to be able to do some advanced stuff with your G11, I’ve used CHDK on a G7 and G9 before.

    • Look interesting… Will read up on it when I have time.

      It’s quite useful if I can get more out of the camera on business trips, when I usually only take my G11.

  1. NIICE, i went there few months back with friends , it got really COLD !!

    i wish i could go back and snap more pictures

  2. Woohoo! You finally went!
    Did you go as a group? Its awesome right? :)
    Can’t wait to see your pictures BuYousef :)

  3. nice attempt man, we need more of cool time lapse for Kuwait City, I didn’t find any that worth admiring, we need more like this Tokyo time lapse:

    http://dailyintake.wordpress.com/2010/06/17/stefan-werc-tokyo-time-lapse/

    keep up trying till you nail it, good luck!

  4. Very nice short video! And especially that you did it with you G11! I need to try doing a time lapse video!


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