Since my previous posting on cleaning stuff (Celica Update) I was told by Jorj that I could actualy try to use it to clean my watch.
This was the end result after drowning it in the multi purpose detergent for about 30 mins.
This time round I only put in about 1/3 of the cleaning solution and 2/3 of water.
Normally my watch is pretty clean, well as clean as I could get them. Our Malaysian weather does not help, so I'm always sweating. One of the hardest bits to clean on the watch was the strap and the small gaps in between the pieces.
To my surprise when I dropped the watch into the cleaning solution orange looking moss came growing out of the gaps and stuff. I should have taken some shots of the water, BEFORE putting the watch in. The light button had a growth which was darker shade of red close to black. I was surprised of where all the grit and dirt came from inside the gaps of the straps. Amazing.
Check out the video below also includes 10 seconds of time lapse photography right at the end.
Warning: If you plan to drown your watch please ensure that the seals are still working or else you may get liquid in your watch. I will not be held responsible if anything happens to it :P
I actually took these sequence of photos about two months back and only recently got motivated to compile them and to test in an actual video. I wanted to collect more "footage" around my house before compiling them but, I guess I'm just too lazy for that.
I think there is room for improvement. In terms of the subject. Here I'm just testing the timing and sequence, looks good? I likes.
The photos were shot with Nikon D300, using Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8 Fisheye and Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8. in total photos used 685 images over the span of 3 hours. Yes it is a slow process for such a short clip.
I was motivated after seeing videos from Alex and Foosi.
Foosi's video : http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1657773483842 (cant embed the video)
I was surfing youtube as usual and I happen to stumble upon a really nice time lapse video of Vancouver City.
"Vancouver City" music video is an artistic collaboration between Innerlife Project and TimeLapseHD. For more information and music downloads go to www.innerlifeproject.com These time lapses are shot with a 12 mega pixel digital single lens reflex cameras. Original resolution is 6 times better than HD (high definition). The images have been resized for HD and are much better quality than shown here on YouTube. Video clips are for sale. For more information contact us at TimeLapseHD@hotmail.com. Thanks and enjoy!
I wonder if anyone around here is doing anything as amazing as in the video. Any one up for a long project?