1. My first attempt at some timelapse photography with my new camera. This is a view of the night sky from my backyard.

    The sequence was shot over 27 minutes on Friday 10 August (when I should have been packing for a bush walk).

    The sequence comprises 250 shots at ISO 1600, F5.6, 4.8s using my Canon 650D 18-135mm kit lens. Images were shot at 7 seconds intervals using bulb mode triggered by an Intervalometer.

    Watch carefully and you will see the stars move ever so slowly ...

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  2. Took some advice on board for my second timelapse and used a lower ISO setting. It was a still night with no wind and there is very little movement in the trees in the foreground of the shot;

    The sequence comprises 399 shots at ISO 400, F3.5, 14.7s using my Canon 650D and 18-135mm kit lens. Images were shot at 17 seconds intervals using bulb mode triggered by an Intervalometer (399 repetitions is the maximum setting on the intervalometer). The total shooting time was 110 minutes.

    I'm having trouble focusing the kit lens in manual mode and hence it's taking me some time to setup for a shot.

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  3. With two ferrys currently operating Wisemans Ferry is a great subject for timelapse. There are 877 frames at ISO 100, F5.6 with1/6 second shutter and an ND10 filter. This was shot over approximately 23 minutes and has been stitched into 14s sequence at 60fps.

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