Wanna see a timelapse?

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by TurdFerguson, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. TurdFerguson macrumors 6502

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  2. stiligFox macrumors 6502a

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    I liked it a lot! Very well done, and for most part very smooth.

    The only thing I noticed is that some frames are darker/lighter than others; I think that setting your camera in manual, and turning off auto ISO and aperture should help limit that... Also a remote shutter and an extra heavy tripod should limit camera movement.

    Other than that I really enjoyed it!
     
  3. WRP macrumors 6502a

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    You need a sturdier tripod. You have auto something turned on in a couple of those for sure. You sensor needs cleaning as well.

    All in all I like it. Fix those 3 things and you'll have much more success!
     
  4. handsome pete macrumors 68000

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    Pretty good. Like other have said, there's some flicker in those shots. And a more stable camera would help as well.

    Really great timelapses are also about the subject matter. While there's nothing wrong with the locations and angles you used, there's nothing overly exciting about them either. There's no great evolution over time.
     
  5. heyimandy macrumors member

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    As covered above I'd clean your lens and get the camera mounted a little tighter. On another note I'd love the filter your using on the beginning. It will help the footage pop more with out film graininess.

    Otherwise looks awesome. Great composition. Keep it up!
     

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