Banakas | Photography

Problem Solved

So what’s a photographer to do, when there is work to be done? This afternoon, instead of shooting the micro ecosystems we have in the yard, it was time to start mowing the yard and preparing it for spring / summer. But I still wanted to play with the camera, so I decided to set up the tripod and set the interval timer and get to work. Then after the job is done, come back in and make a time-lapse.

This video is composed of 146 shots, shot at ISO 400, f/10, 1/1000 of a second, at 12mm using my Tokina 12-24mm DX II lens mounted on my Nikon D5000. The interval between images taken was 10 seconds and the video was produced at 12 frames per second.

How’s it Made

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