In this tutorial I'll be demonstrating how to use the bulb ramp setting on the new Michron device by Vivo Labs. With it, you can produce holy grail time-lapses as well as interesting exposure changes. It's quite tricky at first, but with practice you can get your head round it.
I've included some sunset examples at the end, with the settings too. As I say in the video, there's quite a bit of flicker but you can fix that with LR Timelapse: lrtimelapse.com/
I've also found that some frames appear dark and mess the sequence up a bit. This is most likely - although I'm not certain - a camera issue and an inaccuracy in bulb mode. I'd be interested to know if others are having the same problems!
Nonetheless, it's a great tool. Check out my tutorial for interval ramping with the Michron too: youtube.com/watch?v=gEkpVx_f8TE
Please let me know what you think and get in touch if you have a michron, have some bulb ramping films or have any questions.
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