I'm Bill.
This is a Science/Science Fiction blog. I make Gifs, I edit astrophotography. you will find these things here, as well as original photography by me.I work in TV and film, I do mostly art related stuff, and I vaguely look like that guy who peeked his head in at the beginning of original Dawn of the Dead

 

Persephone
Leah models the Persephone sweater that she designed and knitted.
photo by me, Will_Charbish on Flickr

Persephone

Leah models the Persephone sweater that she designed and knitted.

photo by me, Will_Charbish on Flickr

A quiet night in Park Slope
Jupiter’s “Star Trail” in the middle, it’s the brightest object (besides moon). you can make out some constellations too if you’re clever.
400 images stacked 11 second exposures each.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/8345837851/in/photostream

A quiet night in Park Slope

Jupiter’s “Star Trail” in the middle, it’s the brightest object (besides moon). you can make out some constellations too if you’re clever.

400 images stacked 11 second exposures each.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/8345837851/in/photostream

A regular night in Brooklyn. Jupiter’s “Star trail” to the right. Incoming La Guardia traffic in the middle. 450 frames at 8 seconds exposure each.
I wanted to get more star trails but honestly, this may be the best I get with the light pollution.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/8343201451/in/photostream

A regular night in Brooklyn. Jupiter’s “Star trail” to the right. Incoming La Guardia traffic in the middle. 450 frames at 8 seconds exposure each.

I wanted to get more star trails but honestly, this may be the best I get with the light pollution.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/8343201451/in/photostream

Empire State Tonight- December 10th
Yet another frame from yet another time lapse which won’t get done.NYC you beautiful thing.http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/

Empire State Tonight- December 10th

Yet another frame from yet another time lapse which won’t get done.

NYC you beautiful thing.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/

Last night I went out shooting with my “angle slider tripod Frankenstein” mount.
It’s working quite well for nighttime lapses. I am working on a way to take out all human error and mechanize this thing. does anyone on here have experience working with servos? 
Anyhow. This was shot on a Nikon D7000 using a 50mm lens on an angled tripod sliding about a 1/8th inch per frame for 25 minutes, at around 7pm. I was above the BQE near the Hamilton avenue exit (that’s that green sign in extreme background.

Last night I went out shooting with my “angle slider tripod Frankenstein” mount.

It’s working quite well for nighttime lapses. I am working on a way to take out all human error and mechanize this thing. does anyone on here have experience working with servos?

Anyhow. This was shot on a Nikon D7000 using a 50mm lens on an angled tripod sliding about a 1/8th inch per frame for 25 minutes, at around 7pm. I was above the BQE near the Hamilton avenue exit (that’s that green sign in extreme background.

My drive home at night
My drive home, now available in nighttime formula! West street, route 9A, West Side Highway, or whatever you’d like to call it is beautiful and this particular part is the most beautiful. The Freedom Tower looming in the distance from miles away and then, suddenly you’re in this canyon of buildings. Surrounded by giant human creations. At the red light, you can see the moon in the top left corner.
Time lapse taken inside my car on the dash with Nikon D7000 on an 8mm lens.
my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/

My drive home at night

My drive home, now available in nighttime formula! West street, route 9A, West Side Highway, or whatever you’d like to call it is beautiful and this particular part is the most beautiful. The Freedom Tower looming in the distance from miles away and then, suddenly you’re in this canyon of buildings. Surrounded by giant human creations. At the red light, you can see the moon in the top left corner.

Time lapse taken inside my car on the dash with Nikon D7000 on an 8mm lens.

my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/williamc_bishop/