Timelapse photography is where you take the same photograph repeatedly at a set interval (say, every 5 seconds), and then the resulting photographs are turned into a video. This lets you speed up the movement of something, so what might have been unseen as it happens so slowly becomes very noticeable.
This page is broken down into two sections. The first section has some of the timelapses I've that made. The second section says the equipment and method that I've used to make the timelapses.
The timelapses here are all available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. If you use them, please let me know. If you use them commercially (or if you're feeling nice), then a donation to my equipment fund would be appreciated (see the bottom of this page).
Jodrell Bank Observatory
As I work at Jodrell Bank Observatory, the telescopes are the obvious things to make timelapses of.
- Lovell Telescope from the Control Room: 640x426 (VGA, 23MB) 1080x720 (HD, 60MB),
- Mark II from the Radiant Hut: 640x426 (VGA, 15MB), 1080x720 (HD, 38MB)
Equipment and method
This section will be coming soon...