San Francisco commercial and advertising photographer Peter Belanger describes the process of putting together a cover photo for Macworld as being a lot longer and difficult than it seems in the follow time-lapse video. Time-lapse photography captures 12 hours in a 30-second interval, which Peter accomplished with his Canon 5D Mark II and a 24mm-70mm zoom. Peter notes that this video didn't cover the actual cover meetings and the creation of sample layouts, always a longer and more challenging process than one would think. Today's mix of photography, photoshop, and design is taking camera arts to new heights, and it was good to see this process so well presented in video form. Check out Peter Belanger's blog to go behind the scenes of his fascinating shoots.