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Old 03-07-2007, 11:54 PM   #1
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How about a little time lapse?

I've been playing around, and decided to do some time lapse photography. This is an intersection of a dwarf sag and glosso boundary in my tank. You will see life, growth, snails, pearling, and maybe a Cory or two I would appreciate any feedback, input, or comments!

http://www.happymeals.org/Angry%20th.../untitled2.htm

File size is about 11 mb.

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What music would be good accompanying this?
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That is really cool. How would that look in a wider angle?
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Old 03-08-2007, 09:26 AM   #3
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A wider angle would create two issues (at least for my setup)

1. glare would become an issue.

2. camera placement in a high traffic area would increase the likelihood of bumps and movement. I used a true SLR, not a video camera. And the entire movie shows five or six days time.
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That's pretty cool.
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Oh wow. That is quite a bit of time. I see the problem. Can you shoot the length of the tank?
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I like that! Good job!
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I heard Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" today, and it made me think of your video! I think the beat would go right along with all the movements of the plants.
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