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Timelapse photography is the process of taking a series of photos at a set interval with the intention of playing them back as a movie at a much shorter interval. This gives the appearance of high speed movement, such as in the growth of plants.

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Digital camera with WI-FI and time-lapse function

Is there any digital camera, that can be controled remotely and upload images automaticly to ftp (something like Eye-fi) over internet and have ability to take pictures in time sequence every minute ...
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Does Apple Aperture have a way to change the exposure of many files at once?

I'm just editing a time lapse video I shot and have to change the exposure on about 1000 files. Is there a way in Apple Aperture to batch edit files?
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Night Sky Time Lapse Photography

This is an amazing video of night sky time lapse, which was shot with the following equipment: Canon 60D and T2i Tokina 11-16 ,Sigma 20mm F1.8, Tamron 17-50 According to Wikipedia , South Dakota ...
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Does the Sony a57 have a time-lapse function?

Does the Sony a57 have a built in time lapse function? If not, where can I pick up an intervalometer? Any suggestions for a specific intervalometer?
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What are proper settings to capture sun rise time-lapse?

I am a newbie to SLR world. The infinite settings are now a curse than a boon to me. I would like to shoot sun rise in time lapse mode. The problem is, the photographs taken before sun rise are clear, ...
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What software can I use to stitch together thousands of photos into a time lapse video? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Recommendations for time-lapse photography software I have a ContourROAM camera which I want to use to do some time-lapse work. What is some software I could use to ...
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Metering strategies for time lapse

In short, my question is: what are the best metering strategies when shooting a time lapse sequence to avoid visible fluctuations in brightness? I'd like to make the day-to-night transition look ...
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Looking for camera control software (for Nikon DSLR) to shoot time lapse

What software is available that will let me control a camera from a computer, so I can shoot a lime lapse sequence? The camera is a Nikon D60. I am looking for freely available software. I am aware ...
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How can I prevent camera noise and light reflecting off the camera? [closed]

My camera is very difficult to properly hide for timelapses. About 5 inches long and 2 inches wide (it's a video camera that I use for photography). I'm trying to solve a couple of issues in the way ...
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How to deal with heat concerns when doing timelapse on a roadtrip?

I am going on a roadtrip through Europe in a few months, and I want to do a timelapse from start till end. I am concerned about heat issues though, as I am planning on mounting the camera on the ...
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How to figure out the optimal interval for a time lapse movie?

What would be the optimum shooting time interval if I wanted to make a time lapse movie over a period of ~7 hours? The setting is indoors (think office space). I don't want it to be blazingly fast-- I ...
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Intervalometer for Nikon D3000

I have a wireless control for my shutter release, and it works great. An intervalometer or really any device that will release the shutter at stated intervals seems hard to find for the D3000. A guy ...
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Do I need ND filters for a time lapse sunrise?

I need to shoot a time lapse sunrise for an internal promotion. This will consist of a one minute interval from 3:00 (black) to 8:30 (day) and I want the sun in the frame. Is this a situation where ...
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What type of cameras are best for low-maintenance time-lapse videos?

There are a ton of videos on YouTube where people have high-speed time-lapse videos of themselves driving e.g. from like NYC to LA. I am not sure, what they are using? Because the camera stays on ...
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Using long exposures to make videos?

I would like to make a video that essentially shows a long exposure progressing as it is exposed. Essentially it would be initially dark and gradually get lighter. Lights that pass in front of the ...
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What Windows software can assemble a sequence of photos into a timelapse?

Do you know any good software for Windows platform that can be used to create a time-lapse video from a bunch of photos? I'm interested in free alternatives, but the paid ones are also OK.
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Timelapse software for Linux

I was looking for software to create timelapse from a collection of pictures, that is compatible with Ubuntu. It would good if it could make HD videos and also has an option to add a background score. ...
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What is bulb ramping?

What does the term bulb ramping refer to and what does it bring the world of time-lapse photography? It seems you need a specific type of intervalometer for bulb ramping. How do these differ from the ...
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Where can I find a “bulb ramping” intervalometer which will work with a Canon T3i?

I am looking to do time-lapses during sunset and sunrise. I have a EOS 600d/T3i. My current intervalometer is pretty cheap and will not work for this. I believe I need a "Bulb Ramping" ...
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How can I get exposure times shorter than a second with an intervalometer?

I am learning to do timelapses and I have a "Shoot" brand intervalometer. The shortest exposure setting I can do on the intervalometer is 1 second. If the exposure setting on my camera is set to ...
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How can I take a photo every 1 min with my Fujifilm HS10?

I have a Fujifilm HS10 and I'd like to put the camera somewhere and take a photo from a scene every say 1 min. How can I do it? Is there any option in the camera to do it? If I connect to the camera ...
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How can I hold my face in the same place for a month long daily self-portrait?

I want to take a self-portrait every day over a period of a month. I want to turn these photos into an animation, so it is important that the face is in the exact same position on each shot (the ...
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Can I get a time-lapse camera for under $150?

I enjoy making time-lapse pictures with my Coolpix s550 and software. However, the shortest interval for the s550 is 30 seconds. I would like to know if there is a camera for under $150 that has ...
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What point and shoot can be used with an external trigger (for timelapse)?

I'm looking for a PS camera that has an external trigger. Lowest priced I know of with a physical trigger is the G12 from Canon. But any PS with IR is good enough for my use (time-lapse triggering). ...
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Is there OS X software for timed shutter release with a Canon 30D?

I'm trying to do some time lapse photography with my Canon 30D, and I'm looking for a program for OS X that I can use to fire the shutter over time instead of using an intervalometer. Does the EOS ...
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Is there a webcam that can focus to infinity, for time-lapse landscapes?

Does anyone here know of a webcam (at least 720p) that has the ability to focus to infinity? At least one webcam I know of (Logitech C910) doesn't allow that. I would like to use it for time lapse ...
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What equipment for long-term time-lapse photography?

I'm looking to take time-lapse photography (likely one shot per hour over the course of a year) from a fixed position (indoors). I'm wondering what equipment would help with this to overcome ...
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Are Intervalometers different for standard Time-Lapse and HDR Time-Lapse

I am a Nikon D90 user and fairly new to photography. I am considering purchasing a wired remote shutter release as intervalometer for taking time-lapses. However since I'm also a fan of HDR, it will ...
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What settings should I use for a timelapse of my wedding?

I'm planning to do a time lapse of my wedding from 9 am to midnight (I know that's a lot of photos) Thinking of doing one every 5 seconds to capture everything (space is not really an issue). I have ...
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How does the GoPro camera perform for photography?

I've been looking into the GoPro HD Hero 960 as an option for more creative photography pursuits. Examples include high speed exterior car photography, rock climbing, skydiving, bicycle riding, ...
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How do I prevent condensation on a lens when outdoors?

I was attempting a time lapse the other evening, outdoors and after a warmish sunny day, with a fairly cool air temp. I set my camera up and set it clicking away and left it for about 3 hours. Most of ...
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CHDK: Timelapse/intervalometer with gradually adjusting exposure or overexposure detection

I'm trying to tweak a CHDK script for my Canon PowerShot G12 to take pictures at a regular interval. The goal is to make smooth time lapse videos. I've previously burned the sensor of a G11 because of ...
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Which P&S camera has wide lens, power adapter socket, and PC control via USB?

I'm looking for a camera that has all of the following traits : Wide Lens (28mm) Socket for external power Controlled with software via the USB Cheap (older model ?) I want to do a time-lapse ...
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How do I set up a webcam to take one picture each minute for 24 hours (time-lapse)?

I'm not entirely sure if this is the right place to ask this question, but I don't know of a better place. I need to set up a webcam to take a photo every minute for 24 hours, so that it can be ...
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How to fill my time-lapse video with more frames?

I'm making a time-lapse video in a place with very low light conditions. Each photo has an exposure of 20 seconds and my camera take 10 seconds more to process the image. This means, 2 frames per ...
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How can I make a time lapse photo series that pans across the images?

I've been doing time lapse photo shoots for a wee while now, and been watching tons of other neat videos on the net. I always find the most interesting ones are the ones that pan across the image to ...
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What software could I use for aligning time lapse stills to remove camera shake?

I've been playing around with some time lapse sequences shot from the roof of our building in New York. It's terribly windy and the resulting sequence exhibits some slight camera shake. I'm seeking ...
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Intervalometer for Nikon D40?

We have a seldom-used D40 that I'd like to use for some timelapse projects so as no to burn out my new D7000. The D40 doesn't have a built-in intervalometer, and tethering to a laptop, while ...
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Should I use Manual or (semi-)automatic mode for timelapse in changing light?

I'm planning a long road trip (east coast to west coast, about 45 hours of driving) and am thinking about shooting a time-lapse video of my drive. As I can expect the light levels to change pretty ...
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What are good exposure and timing choices for time lapse photography?

I am shooting a time lapse and am doing some calculations beforehand to make sure I get everything right. I am shooting a road trip from the west coast to the east coast and am planning to compress ...
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Canon Rebel XT - do electronic shutter instead of mechanical?

I am planning to take a bunch of photos for time-lapse and it is easiest for me to setup with my XT; however, it will definitely require a bunch of shutter actuations which would ultimately kill my ...
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Can anyone suggest an intervalometer for the Nikon D90?

I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for intervalometers for a Nikon D90. The D90 lacks a remote port, so it has to be triggered either by USB or IR, which limits the 3rd party remotes it is ...
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Will too much time-lapse photography reduce a DSLR's life, or cause any other damage?

I own a Canon 550D, and I'm planning to do some time-lapse experiments this weekend just for fun. Will it cause any damage or reduce my DSLR's lifetime if I do too much of it?
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Which P&S camera has a wide lens, and time-lapse shooting?

I'm looking for a camera that has: Wide lens (28mm or wider) Time-Lapse (built-it or by using CHDK) External power socket and which can be found cheaply,perhaps in the second-hand market. The ...
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Is there a way to use the Nikon D300's timer for more than 999 exposures?

I recently experimented with using the timer in my D300 for a longer car ride (the result can be seen here). That went fairly well, but one thing that bugged me was that the timer stopped taking ...
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Which intervalometer for time-lapse astrophotography will work with a Canon 450D?

I've long been interested in astrophotography, and it was one of the primary reasons I purchased my Canon 450D about 15 months ago. I've been working on getting milky way shots for the last 6 months, ...
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Are there any tetherable compact cameras?

As I find the bulk of my DSLR too much of an inconvenience for most of my photography, I'm considering replacing it with a high-end compact (maybe a Lumix LX5). However, I'm getting intrigued by the ...
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Which software to assemble a time-lapse from images?

I own a Nikon D700, which has in-camera support for taking time-lapse photos, but I need advice on the easiest and best software solutions for processing the resulting heap of images. I accept that ...
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How can timelapse sequences be shot without in-camera support?

How can timelapse sequences be shot without having in-camera support for it? Which third-party tools are recommended?