Well it's all here in the video. My first time lapse shot using the recommended 'holy grail' technique of LRTimelapse, in which exposure is adjusted to cope with changing light conditions and then compensated for later in software. This was a sequence I made in early 2013, when I was first trying time lapse, and I made a lot of mistakes, as you will see.
This video shows how the sequence progressed as I attempted to revamp it, first in LRTimelapse v3 and then finally in v4 which has just been released. Although it isn't a great sequence, having pretty boring sky, rather slapdash composition and no camera movement, nevertheless I was so impressed at what the software was able to do via its visual de-flicker functionality that I felt compelled to share this.
Learn more about LRTimelapse at lrtimelapse.com
You can see some of my time lapse work at Mike Torr time lapse
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