Time Lapse – Tomato Plant HD

March 17, 2011 by Mario  
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High Definition time lapse of three tomato plants sprouting and growing. The days listed in the bottom left corner of the screen are days since planting. The text in the bottom right indicates when the plants were watered. The pennies stuck in the pot are merely to show scale. Details: Seeds: Burpee Super Beefsteak Tomato Soil: Scotts Premium Potting Soil Lighting: 4 x 40W (160W) Sylvania cool white fluorescent bulbs (shop lights) Camera: Canon Rebel XT (full manual mode) 400 ISO, f/25, 1/40 Interval: 10 minutes Photo Count: 2158

Courgette plant. Seedling to plant flowerering time lapse

February 17, 2011 by Mario  
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Time-lapse courgette by Neil Bromhall. This is an example of epigeal germination. Filmed in studio, x1 Nikon D300 digital camera 55mm. x1 studio flash with reflector. 10 minutes to 1 hour intervals between exposures. Filmed over a period of 7 weeks. Shows female and male courgette flowers. The female flowers have small courgettes forming behind the flower. The male flowers don’t. Music is called ‘Pendulum’ The Artist is Oliver Ledbury

Time lapse Lily flower opening orange

February 7, 2011 by Mario  
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Time lapse Lily flower opening. Filmed by Neil Bromhall copyright www.complete-gardens.co.uk This time-lapse shows the grace of and simple beauty of this flower.

Poppy flower time lapse

May 31, 2010 by Mario  
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Time lapse Poppy flower opening. Filmed by Neil Bromhall

Chrysanthimum orange flower time lapse

May 30, 2010 by Mario  
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Time lapse Chrysanthemum flower opening. Filmed by Neil Bromhall copyright www.complete-gardens.co.uk This is an example of a plant which has been bred to produce long lasting, double flowers but as a result the flower is infertile.

Echinops blue flower rotate. Time lapse

April 22, 2010 by Mario  
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Time-lapse Echinops blue flower with rotate by Neil Bromhall. Filmed in studio, x1 Nikon D300 digital camera 55mm. x1 studio flash with reflector. 25 minutes intervals between exposures. Filmed over a period of 4 days.