Time-lapse photography has long been a fascinating of mine, because it gives a tangible quality to the process of decay. The human mind is only poorly capable of imagining long stretches of time, and time-lapse photography lets one see the beauty of slow deconstruction.
Complete Timelapse Playlist on YouTube
Intervaluino Test Video
This video shows 4 hours of clouds at dusk, compressed to 45 seconds; it was taken with the Intervaluino on my Canon EOS 400D (manual focus, manual exposure/f-stop settings):
I’m quite happy with the result; there are some slight light-dark flickers which I don’t like, but those are probably caused by glare from the sun shining onto the side of the lens. By now I’m convinced that a prerequisite to getting good results using an SLR is to turn off autofocus and set your exposure values and f-stops manually – you can’t trust your camera to keep the values smooth.
Death of a Strawberry