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alfbranch 24th November 2016 11:41 PM

Timelapse landscapes
 
Here are a couple of timelaspe videos I have taken recently



A time lapse video taken on a frosty morning at the lone tree on the shore of Buttermere this morning .
This is 139 shots take 30 seconds apart run at 5 frames per second
There is an in camera version at 10 frames per second. I think I stopped this too soon and should have sortedened the interval








A time lapse taken on Snock rigg overlooking Crummock water this is an in camera version taken Straight out of the camera.


This looks over Crummock water with passing clouds.


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What do you think

Ian 25th November 2016 07:28 AM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Very nice, though I would have used 16:9 wide screen mode.

Ian

alfbranch 25th November 2016 11:25 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Ian (Post 399363)
Very nice, though I would have used 16:9 wide screen mode.

Ian

Thanks Ian
You will need to explain how I would use 16:9 mode.

Ross the fiddler 26th November 2016 06:24 AM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Very nice from me too, although if the interval was a little shorter on the second one covering the same time (with more frames), then it might have been even better.

If you go to your SCP, the aspect ratio is in the lower centre as [4:3] (that is saved in JPG although raw still saves the whole 4:3 frame) & that can be changed to [16:9] & that should take care of the sequence frames too (I think), so that saving it as a sequential movie in camera it should also save it in that aspect ratio.

alfbranch 26th November 2016 07:51 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Ross the fiddler (Post 399438)
Very nice from me too, although if the interval was a little shorter on the second one covering the same time (with more frames), then it might have been even better.

If you go to your SCP, the aspect ratio is in the lower centre as [4:3] (that is saved in JPG although raw still saves the whole 4:3 frame) & that can be changed to [16:9] & that should take care of the sequence frames too (I think), so that saving it as a sequential movie in camera it should also save it in that aspect ratio.

Thanks Ross.

Kami 26th November 2016 09:10 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Thanks for these ! Like 'em both - good idea. Must try something like it myself :-)

Agree with Ian, go for 16:9.

Also, there's a distracting shadow that appears twice bottom right in the first video, and not sure the planes add to the feeling of tranquillity and nature in the second. How about editing them out ?

alfbranch 26th November 2016 10:22 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kami (Post 399497)
Thanks for these ! Like 'em both - good idea. Must try something like it myself :-)

Agree with Ian, go for 16:9.

Also, there's a distracting shadow that appears twice bottom right in the first video, and not sure the planes add to the feeling of tranquillity and nature in the second. How about editing them out ?

Thanks Kami
The shadow appearing was me moving around and I should pay attention to that in future.

alfbranch 29th October 2017 10:16 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Here is another timelapse sunrise. I am the figure that appears in the shot and there is a bit too much mist I think.

https://youtu.be/XwlsIUmGMbE

OM USer 30th October 2017 08:58 PM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Was that a shooting star in the second clip?

alfbranch 31st October 2017 10:19 AM

Re: Timelapse landscapes
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by OM USer (Post 431210)
Was that a shooting star in the second clip?

Thats a passing plane we get a lot of air traffic travelling to and from America


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