I'm rather new to taking timelapse photos/movies, but I'm learning how to do it from Trevor, who has many lovely videos and a helpful tutorial up online.
Overcast morning in Arizona
An overcast day at the site near Portal, AZ. Photos taken once every 6 seconds, and played back at 20 frames/second.
Clouds over a mountain in Arizona
These clouds were really excited about exploring the beautiful day.
This is my first claymation -- a rather experimental film of an inchworm.
Clouds (Stanford University)
I'm learning to use a certain kind of Canon point-and-shoot camera, which has some pretty nifty software on it. This timelapse was a practice timelapse, but it came out rather well, so I thought I'd go ahead and post it. (Note: later in that day it rained.)
About two hours of moonrise at the South Western Research Station in Portal, Arizona.
Photos taken every 3 seconds. At the end, the sun set behind a cliff in the background.
This, my second claymation, is a short story about some bowling pins and bowling balls.
Sunset (South Western Research Station)
This was my first timelapse, and I did it by hand. In other words: I did not have an automated method of taking pictures, rather I stood next to my camera (balanced on a post) for 30 min and took a photo every 4 seconds or so. This causes it to be a little shakey, but doesn't (in my opinion) detract from the awesomeness of the sunest too much.