Make a High-Speed Movie of Your Trip


Lifehacker, one of my favorite websites, recently featured an awesome tip on how to strap your compact camera to your car’s visor and create a time-lapse movie of your trip. This is possible thanks to the fact that many digital pocket cameras feature a movie and/or interval photography mode that makes it possible to piece together short video clips such as this one I created this past weekend, as I was heading to Boca de Tomatlán. If you are not familiar with this beautiful road, here is a chance to take a look at it:

Rather than recreate the instructions, I’m going to point you to the specific Lifehacker article I read. Lifehacker is an award-winning daily blog that features tips, shortcuts, and downloads that help you get things done smarter and more efficiently. Lifehacker launched in January 2005, and now ranks as one of the top-linked blogs on the internet according to Technorati. Since its inception, Lifehacker has been named Best Blog by Wired, won several Bloggies, and found its way onto many best-of lists by the likes of TIME, Slate, and many more. Lifehacker’s also been mentioned in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, O, The Oprah Magazine and PC Magazine as well as other mainstream press outlets. Lifehacker has been interviewed by CNBC, NPR, and several other radio and television shows.

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TIP: One of the best ways to get a nice, inexpensive, scenic tour of Puerto Vallarta’s South Shore is to take the city bus to Boca de Tomatlán. For less than 50 cents, USD, you will take in amazing views of our coast, and sumptuous villas along the way. From Boca, you can take a water taxi to explore many beautiful secluded beaches.

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