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Old 10th April 2013
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Wedding Time Lapse

I went to a friend's wedding in Italy last weekend and used an Olympus E-PM1 for shooting time lapse photos and E-PM2 for still and videos. I used three lenses between them; Panasonic 20mm, Olympus 14-42mm and Olympus 9-18mm.

It was just for fun as the happy couple hired local photographers and videographer to record the wedding. Interestingly, the photographer used two different systems; a Nikon body with telephoto lens and a Canon body with wide angle lens.

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I still feel I've a lot to learn about time lapse and video. Feedback is welcome.
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Re: Wedding Time Lapse

Thoroughly enjoyable, caught the happy mood spot on.
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Re: Wedding Time Lapse

I really enjoyed that. It looks as if it was a 'right old knees up'. I bet your video captured the spirit of the event better than the efforts of the two local photographers.

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Re: Wedding Time Lapse

Thanks for your comments

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Re: Wedding Time Lapse

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Great idea, I actually found the interspersed video did not add much and would have preferred the whole thing in timelapse.
This is the real thread that was originally posted by Yat back back in 2013 & was lifted by a scumbag scammer that you unfortunately replied to. Anyhow, now your comment is quoted in this real thread by Yat (& the scam thread pushed off the front page).

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Re: Wedding Time Lapse

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This is the real thread that was originally posted by Yat back back in 2013 & was lifted by a scumbag scammer that you unfortunately replied to. Anyhow, now your comment is quoted in this real thread by Yat (& the scam thread pushed off the front page)
Thank you Ross an apologies to Yat.
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Interesting elements...
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