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Old 13th September 2013
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Morston Quay

Used my E3 on a 3 day trip to Morston and Holkham. This is the first in a series of short clips.



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Re: Morston Quay

Brilliant, David - who needs a camera with video?
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Re: Morston Quay

The clip was made up of about 350 images from about 900 taken on the evening. I see the new EM1 has an intervalometer in the spec with port for DC, are you thinking what i am thinking. Mmmm
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Re: Morston Quay

That's a nice technique very effective and good compatible music.
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Re: Morston Quay

Very impressive.
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Re: Morston Quay

I like it nice presentation and soundtrack.

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Re: Morston Quay

Great sequence of a lovely place David.

Time lapse feature is something I was looking for in a new camera. I have recently discover however that if you use Olympus Studio tethered your e series camera you can take time lapse pictures. You can set the start time interval or number of pictures. What did you use
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Re: Morston Quay

My solution was to buy an intervalometer which screws onto a port on my E3. I bought it on ebay from the US. I bought Lightroom to tidy up my images but also for its ability, with a plugin from a 3rd party source, to tackle large amounts of images for tweaking for TL. I then open IMovie for adding music to the project. There are lots of resources on the internet to help and Vimeo is worth checking out for inspiration, There is some breathtaking talent on there.

Here is Rob Whitworth HCMC is my favourite.


http://www.robwhitworth.co.uk/Time_Lapse.html



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