Link to my other videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/neiladhikari/videos Yellow Spray Roses Blooming in a time-lapse. This sequence was taken over a course of twenty days with an iPhone 3GS and the app 'Timelapse' by Xyster.net. Images were taken every 20 minutes and played back at 24 frames per second. The entire plant bloomed indoors beautifully under artificial lighting. It ended up being over-watering by mistake though, thus rotting the root system of the poor plant. Luckily all the images of the blooming roses were captured before it was too late. Currently this plant is being resuscitated. Image details: f/2.8, 1/30 sec exposure, ISO-80
Please share this video :-) Link to my other videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/neiladhikari/videos This video was taken over the course of 3 days using an iPhone 3GS and the app Timelapse (xyster.net). Images are played at 60 frames per second.
Dianthus flowers blooming over a 7 day period. I love the spiral unwinding of the petals during blooming and the jolly waving motion of the bloomed petals as if they are gently floating in space (in fact there is zero air disturbance where these flowers are blooming). Tried to capture the subtle color change as the flower matures but guess not very successful in the process. Images taken every 5 minutes and played back at 24 frames per second. Equipment: iPhone 3GS, app: Timelapse (Xyster.net). Link to my other videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/neiladhikari/videos
Very cool! Thank you for sharing these. Please, don't hesitate to share more. Do you have a website were you describe how you do these? If not and if you are interested, you can start a topic about it here on the forum.
Hi. I was on vacation on the windy island of Fuerteventura (Spain) - perfect for some time-lapse videos! Here's the result. Done with the TimeLapse App, an iPhone 5S and a tripod. Editing in Premiere Elements.