Sunday, March 07, 2010

A Morning in March

Another little time lapse experiment... about 50 seconds showing the advance of the sun.

7 comments:

Kyle @ Photo-Ventura said...

Hey Rick, enjoying your new experiments in time-lapse... what camera are you using for these??

Rick Lee said...

This last one was done with a Harbortronics Time Lapse System which contains a Canon Rebel. I bought this for a big job coming up where I have to leave a camera in the out-of-doors for a few months. Right now I'm doing tests with it to get comfortable with the computer timing system and all. Every time I do an experiment I do something wrong and learn something new. The others I've posted on here were done with an old Nikon D200 I had laying around. The Nikons have a rudimentary time-lapse function built in. You can do 999 shots automatically and can vary the interval time.

kenju said...

I enjoyed seeing the deck railing shadows advance across the snow.

Rick Lee said...

I thought the snow melting would be better... it was surprisingly indifferent to the sun and only melted a little bit.

Jerry Pennington said...

These are very cool...makes me want to pick up a D200 since my D90 can't do time lapse without tethering it to a laptop and using other software.

Rick Lee said...

Jerry... if you're interested... go to Harbortronics and look at the Digisnap devices.

Tyler Evert said...

Can it do it in HD, 1920 on the wide side.