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Old July 15th, 2010, 04:18 PM   #1
Aruba Timelapse with T2i!
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This was my first attempt doing timelapse, even when I'm on vacation I cannot keep my camera in the bag :)


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Old July 15th, 2010, 05:38 PM   #2
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I like it alot. Timelapse story. Maybe try speeding up the footage in post to really get that smooth look though.
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Thanks Brandon,

I don't think slowing the footage in post will make it smoother, I think it's a matter of having more pictures taking in between intervals
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Michael,
yes, more frames will do! I done some timelaps myself and find that shooting 1 fps is best to get best motion of people etc. For clouds, sunrise/set, moon 2-5 fps.

Also keep the horizon in level! Some of your shoots was not!
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Hopefully the constant *clack* .................... *clack* ........................... *clack* of your shutter didn't annoy the other passengers on the plane. :-)
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Also keep the horizon in level! Some of your shoots was not!
Most of these shots were taken without a tripod, I put the camera on Windows, rocks.. wherever I can get a flat surface, I could have done better keeping the camera at level with a tripod.
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