February 24, 2009
Winter Aconites are tough plants and can survive being buried by snow.
This sequence was filmed in my studio. The snow was taken from my garden and took all night to melt.
The flowers open once the snow has melted and the ‘sun’ (my growlight) is switched on.
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February 23, 2009
Time -lapse of snowdrops opening.
This sequence was filmed in my studio using x2 Nikon D200 cameras
x2 studio Flash
Growlight with blind
x2 time-lapse control units
Pan head for rotate shot
The sequence was filmed in a studio over a period of 5 days.
Exposure intervals ranged from 20 seconds to 10 minutes
I have made an on-line interactive plant finder, identifier and pruning guide web site. http://www.rightplants4me.co.uk which I hope you find interesting.
It has over 3,600 garden plants, 10,000 photographs plus time lapse sequences and each plant has in-depth plant care and illustrated pruning advice.
The plant database is continuing to grow. If you have good quality photographs of garden plants that are not not already on the database I’d like to hear from you with an interest of adding it to the collection.
Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
February 14, 2009
I’ve added my first digital Time-lapse of a snowdrop flower opening
Time-lapse snowdrop flower opening
I will be adding more through the season.
I’ve used a Nikon D200 with a 105mm Nikkor lens.
Interval 30secs to 1 minute.
Filmed in my studio