Michael Mistretta, a Canadian student, blogger, and a fine photographer in the making, created a cool time lapse video using 2,777 photographs that he took over a period of 30 days with a Nikon D90.
I’ve always dreamed of a makeshift camera that fit into a contact lens. Some sort of way to record the moments of my life, continuously throughout the day. The thought of creating a time lapse with a series of random images in seemingly no order appeared silly at first. But after watching the final result, I was amazed at how clear a picture of my life it painted over the last month or so.
Michael writes some really insightful stuff about technology and photography on his blog. You can check it out here.