Very nice day to go on an Easter Egg hunt in the neighborhood!
I put together a two day timelapse of a little snow we got last week. Pretty simple process, as I set up the camera downstairs, pointed it outside, and let it start taking pictures every 15 seconds. Thousands of pictures later, I stitched them together into this video.
The girls walked in the local Christmas Parade today.
We thought it might be a bit cold to walk that far in the parade, but they held up quite well. The weather wasn’t too bad either, so that helped a lot.
The video was quite choppy, so it might look a bit strange because of the image stabilization.
Kaitlyn performed her own puppet show last night. Naturally, she had to design her own set first.
Lots of effort went into putting it all together and drawing in all the details. We didn’t do anything either; Kaitlyn designed it, taped it all together, made the mess you see in the background, and put it up against a chair so it wouldn’t fall down.
It’s time to make applesauce again, and the girls were all over it.
I’ve been playing with timelapse photography lately, and have done a couple videos this past week on some plants we’re growing on the windowsill. The basic setup is done with my Rebel XTi and custom firmware called 400plus.
The first video was based on taking pictures every 20 seconds. I shut it down when it got dark outside.
The action is a bit slow, so I changed the frequency to every 30 seconds for the second video.