[y]v_aXu7M8BS8[/y] ( Slighter higher quality version here: http://www.vimeo.com/1815080 ) Not necessarily "photography", although the video does consist of 777 pictures taken one minute apart starting at approximately 6:30 AM until approximately 8:30 PM. More along the lines of "art" and neat stuff you can do with a sub-$200 point and shoot camera with hacked software. It was kind of ironic that I was using a point and shoot to do interval photography but using my DSLR to take quick snapshots. Used a Canon A570IS point and shoot with CHDK hack running Allbest build with Ultra Intervalometer script. Pictures were compiled using Avidemux and music and text were added using Corel VideoStudio 12. An intervalometer is just one of the scripts for the camera. I've played with motion detect with limited results. I'm hoping to eventually get better at the motion detect to be able to take lightning photos. Mounted the camera on a tripod, used an AC adapter that plugged into an inverter that was plugged into my car outlet. Camera was left it in aperature priority mode at 8.0 and I let the camera select the time exposure. And then I sat in my car for 14 hours. The next time I do this, I think I'll do 30 second intervals because one minute may seem short but with the way the wind blows in Oklahoma, the clouds were moving way too fast. And I'll scout out a better location to get a better closer view of the city.