This is a collection of what are more/less experiments I've been doing with time lapse photography. I plan on making a video with music to it once I get a good collection and theme for these. But for now, here's what I've been able to create.
Some time ago, I ran across some amazing work of Ross Ching as well as a myriad of other artists creating stunning time-lapse videos with just a DSLR. Not only were they time-lapse videos, but they were HIGH-DEF (1080p) videos. When I ran across these I had just purchased a Nikon D90 and was anxious to give this shot.
Some time had passed and I really didn’t get into it, but would occasionally check back to Ross’ site and others I had collected and continue to be amazed.
Finally, with the help of a gift courtesy of NewsGator Technologies in the form of an Amazon gift certificate, I decided to pick up an intervalometer. This little device plugs right into the camera and I can set it to take as many pictures as I can fit on my memory card in as little increments as 1 sec.
It took a few tries before everything lined up well enough around the pond (weather, flowers, correctly setup equipment, etc.) for me to get a decent set of exposures to get something out of it. I captured 1616 shots on 10 sec intervals, enough to make 55 seconds of video. Yeah, it’s a little shoddy, and I have some more trials and learning to do yet, but I think it’s a good start