I'm just finally using one of the cool features on my GoProCamera HD Hero. Namely the time lapse photography mode of the camera.
I find it fun to experiment with. It's as if I have a new camera again.
I think this format would be cool to quickly showcase an area or capture some interesting scenes such as a sunset, rapid weather scenarios, low tide/high tide, etc.
I look forward to experimenting.
The above video was shot with the settings of photo ever 2 second mode and mounted to the handlebars of my mountain bike. I rendered the video at 7 frames per second.
I rode at a fairly slow pace of maybe 5-7 mph along the MKT trail in Columbia Missouri and traveled through campus and ended in front of a water display and tiger sculpture at the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle.
Below is a video produced by some students from the University of Missouri that briefly discusses some of the history of many of the buildings that I passed by in my time lapse video.
The below video isn't time lapse, but it was made by me.
I must say, that I find the campus to be beautiful.
The campus has seen tremendous improvements over the last decade. Averaging about 100 million dollars per year in improvements, or 1 billion dollars total. Not too shabby.
Of course all of these improvements where done after I graduated :-(
The forward aft camera perspective gives a unique mobile view of parts of the campus.
The music is Beethoven (btw).
Symphony # 7 in A major, OP 92 II. Allegato , Artist: Philharmonic Cassanova