Nature can move slowly, but with time lapse photos and videos, you can speed up the movements of clouds, sunsets, and blooming flowers to just a few seconds.
This lengthy web article provides a thorough description on how to create time-lapse videos using a digital camera, a series of photographs, and various Windows or Mac software programs.
This 4-minute video walks you through the equipment and camera settings you’ll need to take a time-lapse video.
The best way to learn about the life on your woodlot is get out there and see it for yourself. Learn what to look for, where to find it, and how to increase your chances of seeing it.
Animals have better senses than we do, and they can be skittish when they know a human is nearby. A well-placed trail camera can take pictures of elusive wildlife without you needing to be there.
As the years after a natural disaster pass, your woodlot will change. You’ll see new trees, shrubs, and animals. Set up a few photopoints, then take pictures over the seasons and years to capture nature’s subtle recovery work.