I realise the subject of this video is not all that great but hey, it's only 30 seconds of your time. :-)
I've been thinking of giving time lapse photography a go for a little while now, so rather than keep putting it off I decided to get out early and get on with it. Unfortunately the tide and weather was not half as good as I'd hoped for but nevertheless I carried on regardless.
A total of 448 photographs were taken at 5 second intervals, done manually with a remote shutter and a stopwatch. The video itself was made in Windows Live Moviemaker, so no extra monies spent.
Will be trying more in the future and with some luck they'll be a bit more visually stimulating.
Thanks to Trent Reznor for releasing 'Ghosts' under the Creative Commons licence.
"Photography records the gamut of feeling written on the human face, the beauty of the earth and skies that man has inherited and the wealth and confusion man has created". - Edward Steichen
So this is my second go at creating a time lapse movie. Note to self : Make sure the sensor is clean before you start. :P
30 seconds of actual movie comprising of 720 shots taken over the course of an hour at 5 second intervals. Camera was initially set to manual, but I switched to AP when the histogram started to go too far to the right. Pretty happy with how this one came out, perhaps next time it'll be a sunset or maybe some town/city action.
I had an idea of the sort of music I wanted to add but of course I needed to find something with a creative commons licence. Eventually I came across freemusicarchive.org which is well worth a visit.
Music by Feldmaus, "Lively Inner Shore". http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Feldmaus/Spaces/Lively_Inner_S...
Spur of the moment time lapse movie made entirely on my iPad mini. Just hand held the iPad whilst sitting in the passenger seat so not too steady. Perhaps it adds something?
Just a little test to get familiar with a couple of apps I downloaded recently. I'm ordering a tripod mount soon so I can do more static stuff in the future( beaches, clouds etc). Quite fun to make and will be doing more in the future.
Shot at 1 second intervals, playback at 15 fps.