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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    If we are to watch this time lapse over say 20 times, one will notice that if it is only one segment, the time lapse effect will be just quite ordinary, only when the many segment piece all together plus the music, then it will become something refreshing.

    Just look at only one segment without sound, over and over and over ub the same segemnt.
    of course la, it's going to be so short...

    video is a whole different ball game from photography.
    Last edited by night86mare; 22nd May 2010 at 07:43 PM.

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    After doing some reading, time lapse does not seemed to be that hard. But does need a lot of patience. Find a spot and set camera to shoot at interval, then merge them into a video. Is there anything more to it?

    What are the typical issues that people run into?

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    just sharing another cool time lapse.. this one should be video though



    please don't watch if you don't like geckos, ants, or ants eating geckos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    just sharing another cool time lapse.. this one should be video though



    please don't watch if you don't like geckos, ants, or ants eating geckos.
    Haha, watch before. The lizard really "bo chun" ah..

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    just sharing another cool time lapse.. this one should be video though



    please don't watch if you don't like geckos, ants, or ants eating geckos.
    You can try shooting van finish whole tub of B&J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yapster View Post
    Haha, watch before. The lizard really "bo chun" ah..
    the bones flying around.



    this one's photography time lapse. love it. love the wide view of tokyo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leong23 View Post
    You can try shooting van finish whole tub of B&J.
    oh boy, i think might as well use video... for that one.

    should do 100 tubs of B&J... then can do time lapse photography.

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    this one's photography time lapse. love it. love the wide view of tokyo
    Wah lau, the moon shifting one, best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yapster View Post
    Wah lau, the moon shifting one, best...
    i like looking at time lapse, don't think i'll do it though.

    i like that view at the start...... so beautiful. must go tokyo some day to take that shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    must go tokyo some day to take that shot.
    Immediately after exams.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManWearPants View Post
    After doing some reading, time lapse does not seemed to be that hard. But does need a lot of patience. Find a spot and set camera to shoot at interval, then merge them into a video. Is there anything more to it?

    What are the typical issues that people run into?
    how bout the HDR part?

    imagine doing it on a thousand of picture..haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by billycadiz View Post
    how bout the HDR part?

    imagine doing it on a thousand of picture..haha!
    don't know. This seems like something I don't have the time and patience to do it. I mean if you are going to leave your camera somewhere for a day, even with the interval programmed, you will have to be there as well to make sure that someone don't come and take it away. Also the batteries will have to be constantly replaced at the rate the shutter moves.

    If you are going to leave the camera to from day to night for time lapse, do you need to change the exposure or is this why HDR is used?
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