A Time Lapse shot completely with an iPhone 5s. #iPhoneography

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Amine Baajeddi, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. Amine Baajeddi macrumors newbie

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    iPhone has by far the best camera in its category. This is a Time Lapse of Rabat in Morocco shot completely with an iPhone. Proof that you do not need a big camera. Enjoy it in HD and share the love. #iPhoneography

    - Technical Information:

    Shot with an iPhone 5s.

    Edited with Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.

    Hours Spent Shooting~ 5.

    Hours Spent Editing~ 6.

    Data~8gb.

    http://youtu.be/15F-NNlZpqs
     
  2. Stevessvt macrumors 6502

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    Wow, just beautiful. Not just the camera work, but the places themselves.
     
  3. sviato macrumors 68020

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    Nice shots, though very annoying that the music plays in one headphone :mad:
     
  4. cynics macrumors G4

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    Looks very good! Bravo.

    Can I ask you a couple questions that I'm a bit mystified about with a time lapse? I'm a bit confused on its time ratios, meaning if I run a time lapse I get inconsistent results of the time shot and the output video length.

    I made a couple while driving and short time lapse videos are very fluid and end up around 20-25 seconds. Longer videos have the same output time but are very choppy (more frames dropped to achieve same output video time). I've also shot short videos that have a longer output file then longer videos. I can't see any settings for this and don't know what is going on. TIA!
     
  5. James83448 macrumors regular

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    The longer you record for, the less frames per second the phone records. It's to save space as a 5 hour time-lapse recording at 2 fps would be huge, compared with usual of 1 frame every 8 seconds (for long videos)

    Read this
     

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