Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle This was just test one, image every 2 seconds 30 fps video = 22 seconds (25fps would be 26 sec)
A local detour I took a time lapse of over the projects duration. This was over a couple months. Trimmed out nights and reduced down half the number of frames that much was not going on so that times like when laying the concrete platforms has more frames.
This video was made from images across a span of a number of months, I think Nov – Mar. This was my first attempt to make a time lapse over more than one day. It started out on battery power, then located an AC power adapter for my camera which allowed this to function without recharging and replacing the batteries daily. I had my issues in this process. Not ideal location, too many images (setting on the intervalometer), not using manual focus, and the sad fact that the end would be of flowers dying. Live, learn, adapt, overcome, and do not repeat.
As I chimed in the new year, I was land locked at my house for its start with my brakes stuck on, it was not smart to travel more than required even after my attempts to Macgyver the situation After the temps returned to around freezing after the polar vortex it was finally time to install the parts that arrived. I forget the camera settings of the camera. After this was taken I swear was not home other than to sleep for the whole next week. It was harder to figure out the name of this track than expected! then had to go to a cover so that that it was long enough for the video. Thanks for the help Ray
Got a new TV stand to replace the one that does not match the room, which will serve to also thin the jungle by the window. If you look at that plant on the table can see that the prayer plant’s leaves were raising This time lapse was taken at 1 second shutter speed every 7 seconds for total of 1650 images. playback is at 20 fps.
These things are rather strange. Only make their appearance for a short time before loosing their luster and falling off. These two blooms where there when I saw it in the morning, and figured was worth a shot. tomorrow they will have lost their color and would soon fall to the table. such a short existence. The first attempt at this had camera malfunction and zoom was all messed up. this one turned out rather well. The pictures are an example of 24 hours between shots
I got this Red Prayer Plant from amazon back in the start of June. It has been transplanted twice, this time to something it can really stretch out in. Apparently I missed the fact that these raise their leaves every night. I never did like reading lol It was kind of a shock to me that they all started moving all of a sudden at dusk 🙂 This shot was taken every 10 seconds for like the whole day, I then rendered it at 60 frames per second to make it fluid.