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Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Sunny Sra, Mar 24, 2020.
Well, I've learned how to add music and loop it...
Good one Sunny, also a different view, more from the south than usual. I have to try that next time.
Nice job, Sunny. What software did you se for that?
How long did the time lapse cover? Interesting way to see the light on this formation.
This is super cool Sunny! There are so many times I wish I had done a timelapse. I have enough camera's and tripods there is really no reason not to do it once in a while. Maybe when I meet up with Ben at Skyline Overlook I can just set up a camera to run 24 hours there? What's your time on the time lapse to make it look smooth?
Thank you, Ben.
I'm using LrTimelapse for it, it takes some time getting used to, there are good tutorials for it and it integrates into Lightroom.
The initial timelapse was only 6 seconds I think. 30fps so approx 190 shots, that is why I created a loop on it to extend the time.
That's definitely doable, but you'll have a crap load of photos...i do my timelapse in raw files.
if you're doing 24fps time lapse, a 10 sec time lapse would be 10x24 = 240 shots
A 24 hour timelapse would be cool, just the day to night transition would require some processing
Thanks so much, Sunny.