I love timelapse and opened this thread for us to share timelapse videos...can be great, can be learning, maybe just found a great one online and want to share it...Feel free to post it here
I'll start off with a couple...this one is mine from the weekend...I started the camera rolling before the storm hit and then condensed 30mins of footage down into 2 minutes. Quite start and then the storm hits. I love the clouds rolling through the garden after the storm clears through. Small hail, over 25mm of rain in half an hour Kids had a great time picking up the hail, still got it in the freezer now
There is also this great one from Schummy:
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here is just a little something from today, nothing special but my first attempt at this type of time-lapse
Put together a bit of a compilation of timelapse from the past few months (includes a condensation shaft non-or slow rotating? can't tell, snapped on Jan 6 in NSW, finishes with a couple of CGs back in Dec)
Loc: In a BUS, where ever I stop..
here is a timelapse of the sunset on 5/6/2011 from the cane fields at Jacobs Well(SE QLD). The hill in the background is Mt Stapylton, which has the weather radar on top.Cheers [video:youtube]http://youtu.be/kBmnZpLW5LM[/video]
I haven't been on the forums much of late and had no idea about this thread. I'm glad I found it though, it's a great idea! Below is one I composed Sunday evening of the Moon, Venus and Jupiter conjunction setting into the twilight. It's the longest time lapse I've made so far (1h38m compressed to ten seconds) that I've made picture by picture (224 frames), instead of a video conversion. I'm part way through building a time lapse dolly to give smooth natural feeling pans and walkthroughs by having each camera movement move incrementally on a gear for each individual frame to make it fell like the cameras moving at a natural speed in a sped up world.
I must be going blind in my old age as I never saw that this thread existed.
I love time lapses also but the only ones I have are from my webcam which takes over 3000 images a day, one every 10 seconds. I wish the images were better quality!
There are archived time lapses on my website but these are reduced to one image per minute. I don't know how I would get a meaningful time lapse without it taking up a huge amount of bandwidth or download capacity for people.
GREAT WORK, LOVE IT! What program do you use 6? I currently use Premiere Pro, but have considered the switch to FInal Cut at some stage.
I'm going through all of this season's footage, it's gonna take a while but should have it ready for the ASWA meet in Katoomba. It will include HD footage and Time lapses, and some stills. I'll do a more theatrical highlights package for the ASWA conference..... hell, it's not everyday that you get to see your work on a cinema screen!
_________________________ Storm season is upon us... now let the fun begin
Loc: Old bar NSW east of taree
ive really been getting into timelapse lately, this one i took on the 24th april.
just over 2000 photos taken over 4 hours, i would have done more astro towards the end but had ugly light pollution due to sporting field lights behind me.. that and was only in shorts and a tshirt and it got bloody cold quick when the sun dropped.. going up the mountains soon to escape the light and try do a full sunset to sunrise shoot.