Time-Lapse of Plants Growing - Need help
I've dabbled in time-lapse in the past, but it was just me with my camera and a trigger, manually snapping shots to piece together. I recently picked up an intervalometer to expand into long-term time-lapses. I started with a 12 hour cloud TL, which I was fairly happy with. The second test was plants growing from seeds. A link to the result is below. There are some obvious issues, like the initial framing of the image and the horrible backdrop, but I'd like to figure out a technique for watering. Every time I water the plants, it's very, very obvious. Especially towards the beginning, when I was just pouring water in, as opposed to spraying them. Even spraying results in a jarring hiccup each time I do it, though. I was thinking of maybe putting the pots into a dish (like a cookie sheet or baking dish), and keeping water in the dish, so the soil is always moist. I wonder if that could effect the growth of the plants, though (as in kill them). Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.
|Waffles with fruits by Coolinarka|
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|Vestrahorn Frozen Reflection by Will B Milner|
from Ice cold