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    BTW, sharing a video for some inspiration! Very beautiful piece.


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    How did the person move the camera while he is in "time lapse mode" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noraa80 View Post
    How did the person move the camera while he is in "time lapse mode" ?
    he mounted the camera on a motorized dolly, from his vimeo site, he was using this

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    just created my 1st timelapse ytd!~
    D90 / 18-105mm / Sigma 50mm F1.4 / Nikkor 35-70 MF / Tokina 11-16mm F2.8

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    This is my First attempt of time lapse

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    Quote Originally Posted by khaicam View Post


    This is my First attempt of time lapse
    you need a very stable tripod,

    try something more simple, changes of exposure is hard to deal with.

    24fps will less jerky, you need 336 frames to make a 14s clip,
    don't worry about shutter counters, don't worry about wear and tear of shutters
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    Ill keep trying, and i made the video with only 111 pictures. Thank you, ill improve on it

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    which timer remote controller for canon 7D? am interested to try out time lapse .

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    Aloha ~

    new here. had my 2nd try on timelapse video yesterday at Merlion park


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    Quote Originally Posted by stitch
    Aloha ~

    new here. had my 2nd try on timelapse video yesterday at Merlion park

    Video Link: http://youtu.be/RZjNcrPIVoI
    I'm no expert nor know how it should be done, so my comments may mean nothing. These are what hit me when I looked.

    The scene you shot has lots of things that are moving/changing (people), makes it look extremely busy.

    Eyes and brains are wired to notice movements and changes in the visual. As such, the viewer is drawn to every movement, your pics will cause the viewer to lose the subject you're trying to show.

    Try a scene which is almost still with your intended subject be the only thing with movement or change, not likely possible, but if others move more than your intended subject, it will become the subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitch View Post
    Aloha ~

    new here. had my 2nd try on timelapse video yesterday at Merlion park
    ......
    the interval seem like a bit too long, you won't feel the people is moving, but just appearing randomly,

    there is no other transition/movement other then human traffic, viewers will lost interest when the clip is more 20sec,

    composition, lighting wise can't hold the attention of viewers, need to work on this more.

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    thanks guys for the feedback ~


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    nice attempt on the time lapse!!

    Need to try once! anyone got any good reference guide for this? went to youtube found too many version or some complicated ones!

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    Oo. Must learn more. Interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errz View Post
    which timer remote controller for canon 7D? am interested to try out time lapse .
    you can try to search in ebay, can easily find those china-made timer remotes, should be able to find one in the region of $20-$30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miaoteh View Post
    you can try to search in ebay, can easily find those china-made timer remotes, should be able to find one in the region of $20-$30.
    For Canon? Get the Little Bramper!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    For Canon? Get the Little Bramper!!

    earliest shipping late March 2012 and cost USD$115!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    For Canon? Get the Little Bramper!!
    i don't know if i understand the Little Bramper correctly, from what i see, we have to know how much stops we want to ramp up/down before hand? take sunset timelapse for example, how do we know how much stops do we need to decrease, say, in 10 minutes time?

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    Cheap option would be some of the older canon powershot compacts, eg G5 and S3IS with build-in intervolameter. Other Canon models around the period may have them too; check them out6.
    I've the Canon G5 with build-in intervolameter and also has capability to have in-camera battery charging...
    Also quite good for infrared photography...

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    Sharing my first attempt on sunrise timelapse using LRTimelapse and Lightroom, total 557 photos. C&C welcomed!

    First Sunrise of 2012 at Pandan Reservoir.

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