My first time lapse!

I completed my first time lapse image on Sunday. It’s of traffic at the Lowry Tunnel and on Hennepin Avenue in the Loring Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minn.

Canon 1D MkIIN; 1/400 @ f/8; ISO 400; f=21mm

One shot every second; 692 shots total.

Associated Collegiate Press’s 26th Annual National College Summer Jounalism Workshops

Saturday:

2:20: I just got done shooting a video. Will try to get that bad boy up on YouTube soon. My partner was Jackie Cain of the Echo at St. Michael’s College in Vermont.

Earlier I had Burger King: double cheeseburger and a strawberry shake. Delicious as always. Nice walk down Washington Avenue.

10:20: After a delicious pizza and wings dinner last night, Andrea, Ben and I all headed out separate ways and I am now back at the U of M.

Sitting in with Ron Johnson again. This time: 10 design tips.

Friday

3:45:

Back with Ron Johnson of Indiana University. This time the workshop is on Fundamental News Design. Same room (Murphy 228) as with Joel Eisfelder.

Hopefully I’ll learn some good stuff to apply to City College News.

Ron Johnson on Fundamentals of News Design
Ron Johnson on Fundamentals of News Design

1:20:

After a delicious lunch at Dairy Queen, I am now sitting in on the “National Advertising & Your Newspaper” workshop with Joel Eisfelder of Campus Media Group.

Joel Eisfelder of Campus Media Group
Joel Eisfelder of Campus Media Group

10:50:

I’m currently at the “InDesign Tips to Improve Typography” session. Speaker is Ron Johnson of Indiana University.

Very interesting so far. Learning a lot and reinforcing what I already know, or thought I did.Ron Johnson Speaking

10:20:

David Brauer is speaking right now. Very interesting so far.

David Brauer of MinnPost.
David Brauer of MinnPost.

9:45:

I got here not that long ago and have registered. The Keynote speaker starts in 15 minutes. The speaker is MinnPost’s David Brauer. Will keep you readers updated as times goes by. Hopefully I’ll be learning about quite a few things here: Advertising, Layout/Graphic Design and some “cutting edge” audio/video techniques.