UPDATE: So I went back to retrieve the time lapse camera, which was miraculously unmoved over seven days of heavy foot traffic and nasty weather. Well guess what? I checked the images in the camera before dismantling the setup, and all I saw was a colorful blob. Turns out that all the wet weather and changing temperatures came to a head sometime Wednesday evening. If you watch the video, you can see condensation form on the back side of the filter, blurring the last 24 hours of the time lapse. Given all that was going on and the period of time, it’s amazing nothing worse happened. The camera and lens remained protected by the rain cover. Once everything dried off, all the equipment was fine. (END OF UPDATE)
I’ve got a camera aimed at the property in Voluntown where crews are building a house for the Girard family for an episode of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” The camera is set to shoot one photograph every five minutes. The video so far shows four days of work compressed into sixty seconds. Every time I watch it, I notice something new.Vodpod videos no longer available.