Two Day Time-Lapse

I decided to put my GoPro outside to try to catch the sunrise. I rigged it to an extension cord so it would have a constant power source so the battery would not die mid way through. It worked and when I got up decided to leave it out there for two days instead of just overnight.

The only issue was I ended up reading the app on my phone wrong and positioned it facing the wrong direction. Otherwise it worked and the GoPro lasted and could have gone longer if I wanted it too. I had it set for one shot every 10 seconds for the total of 16,931 pictures.

(sorry for the long video, I'll cut any more long ones down in the future)

Shot with:
GoPro Hero3 White Edition

Rancocas Nature Center TL Vblog

On my latest trip to the Rancocas Nature Center I decided to do some time-lapse with my Nikon D800 and GoPro Hero3. I made this quick video and added in the time-lapse that I did to it. They both came out "ok". I feel they could have been better if I was able to get there at a different time of the day and had more time to set up.

Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below.

Shot with:

GoPro Hero 3 White Edition: Amazon

Nikon D800: Amazon - Rent

Night Time-Lapse of Winter Storm Thor

After my first TL of Winter Storm Thor during the day I decided to get a night TL a try.
It wasn't a very long one since I changed the shot time from 10sec to 30sec and I tried some video before that so the batteries were already getting low.
I had to lighten it up a little bit, but it didn't come out to bad.

Shot with GoPro Hero3 White Edition: Amazon
Battery Pack: Amazon

Snow Time Lapse of Winter Storm Thor

The biggest winter storm to hit the East Coats this year named Thor. Since it was my day off what better way to spend it by putting my GoPro out in the storm and seeing what it can do.
The only downside to it being out there is that it got snow on the housing and during the TL you see it as drops that do roll off.
Still it was a fun experiment and also while it was shooting gave me time to look up more about iMovie.
This whole video and intro/ending was made in iMovie. I was my first attempt at using a Mac video editor. All the other videos before this one were done on a windows editor.

So sit back and enjoy.

If you are interested in the GoPro like I used, check out this link to get one yourself. Its worth it IMO.

GoPro Hero3 White Edition: Amazon
GoPro Hero3 battery Pack: Amazon

Sunset Time-Lapse shot with GoPro Hero3 White Edition

Sunset shot from my backyard with the GoPro Hero3 White Edition. A lot of cool looking clouds flying through the sky today, so it came out a ton better then I thought it might.
I must say the more I use the GoPro the more impressed I am with it. It was defiantly worth the money and I can't wait to see how it works in the summer with some storms to put it through.

The only down side of using it now in the cold is that the battery does not last too long. I bought the Battery Pack for it which really helps, but the cold still drains them fast. So due to that I don't know how long the battery will last out in the field.

Check out the links below to the GoPro and its battery pack. Think about it, I feel its worth the money.

GoPro Hero3 White Edition: Amazon
GoPro Hero3 battery Pack: Amazon

Fish Tank Time-Lapse Tests with GoPro Hero3 White Edition

I have made a couple time-lapse videos with my fish tanks. One was in my smaller 10g tank the other my 35g tank. Both videos are posted below. Here are the stats for the videos.

Video #1: 5 seconds, 2820 pictures, 4.73Gigs.

Video #2: 5 seconds, 4712 pictures, 6.98Gigs.

These were not shot in the best of conditions. It was really to test out the underwater housing that came with the GoPro. That being said since I made two videos the housing was working fine so no loss of a GoPro to water damage. you can watch the videos here or over on my youtube channel.

GoPro Hero3 White Version Cloud Timelapse Test

I just bought a GoPro Hero3 White Edition to use for Time-lapse photography. This is a test to see how it works and what the quality is like. So far its not to bad. I still have more tests to try on it though.
There is some sun flare on the right side in the video. I couldn't tell with the app due to the sun so that is something to watch out for. I also bought the Tripod mount kit so I can set it up and leave it running when I have other things to do.

I'll do a review on the GoPro later on.