What is it?
Long term time-lapse is time-lapse photography captured from a single vantage point over a period of days, months or even years. As the name suggests, it’s simply a time-lapse project that goes for a long time!
Generally, long term time-lapse is used to capture construction projects, but the method has also been used to capture other evets such as changing seasons and Arctic ice movement.
How does it works?
A SLR installed inside a box takes pictures by means of an interval timer for the whole duration.
Files are saved on a memory card.
The box is powered by a 12V battery that is automatically recharged via a solar panel.