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This video is created using sequence of photos taken on April 12, 2016 when I witnessed KP index of 5.5. It was a G1 Magnetic Storm on that day, thanks to Sun, Mother Earth and Nature for such a breath-taking dance in Sky. It was like some painter is painting abstract colours, Sky was canvas and Nature was painter.

 

It was taken in Þingvellir anglicised as Thingvellir (or, mistakenly, Pingvellir), founded in 1930. This location is very important as we can see Glacier mountain in background, a Parliament building in front with view of lake and also the Eurasian and American fault line going. This was amazing show.

 

When I created the orginal Video with 6000 X 4000 pixel wide, my laptop gave up, waited for long time to get right tool to scale the size from 20GB video (best quality) to mere 2MB size.

 

I hope you like it, feel free to share if you find worth

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0eW_oXp0aE&feature=youtu.be

 

Sony A77Markii + Samyang 14MM F2.8
ISO 1600
Aperture 2.8
Shutter speed 15 sec
Metering Pattern

Bit depth - 24
Original Size 350dpi
Resolution 6000 X 4000
Rendered to 3000 X 2000 (Out put was 20 GB)
Total files 310 images

Final one is compressed to mere 2MB using 'WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe' to 720 X 480 pixel

 

Some of the files worth sharing from the set of 310 images are here:

 

post-7747-0-01521300-1465043090_thumb.jpg

 

post-7747-0-80984500-1465043093_thumb.jpg

 

 

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