@01:59Wow! You inspire me to add learning time lapse photography to my list of future endeavors!!! Photography seems to be my natural gift, anyway, so this seems like something plausible to attempt! Great work!
@01:59I think the biggest form of time lapse photography would be my hair growing. I had it shaved for cancer awareness, and now I am planning to grow it down to the middle of my back again so I can donate it to locks of love! Would I need to to take a picture of it everyday in relatively the same position for it to work?
@01:59Yes you should do that, a photograph a day in the same position and in the same lighting, but it would take you some years until it's done I think is a nice project if you have the patience for it
@01:59Maybe the same time of day every day? I could go out into my courtyard, maybe mark a place with chalk! I don't have a REAAALLY good camera, though. What kind to you use? And how about the software to mesh it all together?
@01:59yes the same time every day might work, but if it's cloudy some days you will have different lighting conditions, so I think it would be better indoors with artificial lighting so every time you'd have the same kind of light. I use the canon 20d, you can make the sequence with adobe premiere or premiere elements, or even windows movie maker but I'm not so sure about that.