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How to DIY a Long-Term Time-Lapse Camera Box

1/22/2013 12:09 PM Eastern

Filmmaker Forrest Pound gives step-by-step instructions on how to create a DIY camera box for long-term time-lapses, which he used to film the ecological system in the Colorado River basin.

He says of his work, "I’m definitely drawn to illuminating the aesthetic elements of scientific projects- for example, I’d still love to see how the forest floor changes over the course of a season… But, even the best shot ideas need to be incorporated into a powerful story to make an impact. And that’s what I’m all about now; I want to foster meaningful and lasting change through film while pushing the artistic and technical bounds of my craft."

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