Time-lapse is always more about the experience and seeing everything in every split-second; afraid that the moment I blink, the most important part intended to capture is missed. Things we cannot see with the naked eye has a lot to do with shooting at the right time in the exact moment and often prediction the next move. Every athlete would also want to see how they go through those motions. This technique goes back to when the man, who believed a horse can run with all four legs off the ground, decided to capture multiple shots in black and white just to share his proof to the world that he was correct. From there, he became first to development a world of time-lapse and motion picture. As for me, I just said to myself, "I can do that!" and I gave it a shot (literally), plus a hundred more.