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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND View Post
    Just a basic explanation
    3 sec interval for 60sec (1min)
    Will give you 20 frames
    20f x 20mins = 400 frames
    After processing 400/25fps
    It'll give you 16 secs of video ; D
    usually I create 15 sec of clip, the frame rate is at 24fps, 360 frames needed
    so if I shoot at one sec interval, the length of the shoot is 6 mins
    two sec interval, the length of the shoot is 12mins,
    using three sec interval, the length of the shoot will be 18mins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    usually I create 15 sec of clip, the frame rate is at 24fps, 360 frames needed
    so if I shoot at one sec interval, the length of the shoot is 6 mins
    two sec interval, the length of the shoot is 12mins,
    using three sec interval, the length of the shoot will be 18mins.
    this is very chim, I doubt I can do it..
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    It' ll be easy once you do your first one , just started a few months ago, here's my compilation of my timelapses so far www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7aRloA0IxY

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND View Post
    It' ll be easy once you do your first one , just started a few months ago, here's my compilation of my timelapses so far urban escape - YouTube
    this is amazing... do we need special program to put them all in together?

    Is it the same as taking video and put it in fast forward mode?
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    Quote Originally Posted by small pig View Post
    this is very chim, I doubt I can do it..
    is not that chim actually. If you own an iPhone, there are some software you can try as well. Iphone output may not be as good, but one advantage if you have a power source or USB you typically get unlimited power to shoot forever...


    this one using my 550D, I think is 5sec interval



    Done with my iPhone, connect to USB to keep the battery up

    I think another hard part is to choose a nice music/song to match it...watching a 1min video with no sound can be quite boring...lol
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    Not quite the same. As you can say is a animation of mutiple photos as frames in the timelapse video.
    You can see my videos in page one in this thread.
    To process and combine the photos, I can suggest PhotoLapse, a freeware i got it from the net.

    To do it, simply point the camera to any place that is intresting, mount on a triport.
    Take a shot, Set the exposure settings to 3 or 4 secs and make sure that the pic is not over exposed.

    Than use a wired remote attached to the camera and use it to lock the shutter trigger in place.
    I am using the Phottix Cleon 2 Wire/Wireless Remote set C8 for Canon.
    Therefore the camera will continuously take photos, till you unlock the trigger.

    You can try to let the camera take a few 100 plus shots and combine using the software i mention.
    For the program you can fast foward the video, by adjusting the frames per second (FPS), when processing.

    There you go .

    Have fun !
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    I suggest start another thread in General Tech Talk for the discussion of how to shoot, processing of timelapse photography,
    here is for the topic of outing.
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    I am interested!
    Where's the proposed location for the shoot?

    some of the timelapse i have done previously.. always keen on new places to shoot!

    this video is made from 1082 photos taken between 12.30pm and 3.30pm on 20.11.2011.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND View Post
    It' ll be easy once you do your first one , just started a few months ago, here's my compilation of my timelapses so far urban escape - YouTube
    Amazing!! I have no idea about timelapse photography before now. I always thought they are produced only for professional documentaries. If there is an outing, I would like to go... preferably for a sunrise shot though, while my family is still sleeping, haha.

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    Would a D7000, Sirui T1004/G10, remote AP-TR3N setup be sufficient for a typical time-lapse shoot?
    How long does it take to piece together a say 20sec segment on PhotoLapse for example?

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    hi all,
    9 to 11 december
    16 to 18 december

    are these dates alright ?


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    @ daniellcs a nikon should have a built in intervalmeter if im not wrong. a decent strudy tripod is good enough. we wont be needing fancy equipment . for those who need intevalometer here's a link

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    i see a lot of interesting ones and i love the cloud one of Eunos! the clouds seems to be appearing from now where and everywhere.

    Below was taken for fun recently during my sis's wedding...please wait for the electric guitar to kick in for the timelapse

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    Hi! So excited for this! Any time in mind to meet? Cause i cant do Saturdays. I have Band practice till 430pm every saturday. :/

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    I think i'm in trouble.. I've got a D3000 Nikon. :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by etegration View Post
    i see a lot of interesting ones and i love the cloud one of Eunos! the clouds seems to be appearing from now where and everywhere.

    Below was taken for fun recently during my sis's wedding...please wait for the electric guitar to kick in for the timelapse
    That's quite a funny video. Really can sense the flurry of activity...
    Your dad?!? (guy in red shirt) was reading the papers an awful long time :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAYKT

    Please rmb u r not allow to use tripod on mbs sky park!!!
    Aiya pay $20 some more.

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    we can do late afternoon to night (weekends)
    or for the adventurous SUNRISE ! i failed for my first try, set up the camera fired it off and fell asleep. apeture was left wide open on av mode : O

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    oh myy,, interested in timelapse... but i dont wanna hurt my shutter count on my D90(expend fast!)
    can i bring my laptop + webcam to shoot? =x

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    That'll be interesting too , I feel the beauty lies in the shutter drag that gives the smooth effect , except miniature timelapse

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