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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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How to get fixed/consistent exposure for a series of shots using remote trigger?

A friend recently asked for my help to take a series of photos that he could use to create a time lapse effect. For context, it was of him preparing a cocktail for a talk he was giving. Couple of ...
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Studio Time Lapse Photography

I'm looking to do a time lapse video of a studio a UV make up shoot I've got coming up. I want to shoot the set up then actual shoot. As its a UV shoot the lighting will either very low or on during ...
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Why does my remote automatically trigger the self-timer on EOS60D?

I have purchased a Chinese remote control. While setting it to interval shooting for time-lapse, it automatically runs the self-timer for 2 seconds, which is unnecessary and eats up the battery. How ...
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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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Why does my Nikon D3300 sound like it has a fan going off inside?

I recently purchased a shutter timer remote to take time lapse videos. So I had my camera sit outside to take pictures of the night sky. When I came back to check on my camera it sounded like a fan ...
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How to create time-lapse video with unevenly spaced photos? [closed]

I have a bunch of pictures taken without an intervalometer that I'd like to assemble into a time lapse video. Is there a method of using the pictures' randomly spaced timestamps to space the frames ...
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Alternative to EOS Remote app for 6D?

Has anyone found an alternative app for iPhone/iOS that supports the 6D/70D over internal Wi-Fi? I have been vastly disappointed with Canon's EOS Remote and was curious if anyone has found an ...
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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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Electronic shutter in timelapse video in Nikon D3300

I have searched there is no time lapse video option in Nikon D3300 and I found that we can take time lapse photo using intervalometer. However, with the intervalometer the photos are taken using ...
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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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How should I make a timelapse of the sunrise on mountains?

I'm heading to Darjeeling, West Bengal, India which is famous for Tiger Hill, known for the first sun rays falling directly on Kanchanjunga. The reflection creates a beautiful landscape. I'm looking ...
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How do I create a timelapse video from a collection of photographs in Linux?

I want to create a timelapse from a collection of pictures, under Ubuntu. I'd like to make HD videos, and ideally add a soundtrack.
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Can video recording be used as an alternative to timelapse photography?

I'm a time lapse fan, I like it a lot. The only problem with time lapse is that it uses the shutter and stresses the camera. If I do one time lapse per week, suppose 500 photos per session, it would ...
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Why isn't the intervalometer on my D800 working, no matter what settings I use?

I can't start the intervalometer, regardless of what settings I use. (Basic settings, 1 pic every seconds for 10 seconds) I tried to change between A/M/S/P, AF-S/C, Single shot or continious, ...
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Can I modify a Logitech C615 webcam for infinity focus?

I've been using the Logitech C615 web cam for some time now, for timelapse photography. However I'm not perfectly happy with its focus at "infinity". It's not perfectly clear. On closer distances the ...
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How to do time-lapse photography without intervalometer using Nikon D3300?

I need your suggestions and tips on how to do time-lapse photography without using an intervalometer; I am using a Nikon D3300.
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How to convert huge number of pictures to a short, 30 fps video? (combine frames)

I'm trying to make a timelapse video. I do have all the shots (6500) and would like to make a short 30 FPS video (max 30 seconds). 6500 shots at 30 FPS makes a 200 seconds video more or less. If I ...
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Time lapse Bangkok photography - Exposure?

On the first week of October I will be in Bangkok and would like to take time lapse pictures of the city's skyline, let's say every half an hour starting from an hour before sunset (which at that ...
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Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?

Has anyone found an application for correcting extremely minor exposure changes over the course of a time-lapse? These are like +/- up to 0.05 EV or so changes, and they're pretty random in sequence, ...
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Is there any feasible way to create long-term exhaustive weather timelapse of some location?

Photographing weather for some time, I hope to replace manual labor with automatics. In it's real speed the weather is boring. But if 24 hours are sped up to few minutes in becomes much more ...
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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 I reduce the storage space for unprocessed timelapses?

I have many JPEGs captured as part of different timelapses. I have all of them stored as they came from the camera, but it is starting to take up a lot of space. I want to keep the photos at their ...
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GoPro 4 Night Timelapse

I just got my GoPro Hero 4 and wanted to try the Night Timelapse mode. I have the exposure time set to 30 seconds and the interval between images set to 2 minutes. My pictures have a few stars on ...
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How to take a picture at the same time everyday?

I am currently wanting to design a system that I could leave outside permanently, and have it take a photo(or series) at the same time of the day, for a year, and then compile those into a single ...
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How can I avoid noise (white dots all over the picture) with GoPro Hero4's nightlapse mode? [closed]

I have been testing my GoPro Hero4 Black's Nightlapse mode to take night sky photos and i am getting a lot of noise (lots of white dots all over the picture). I'm using the Max 30 secs exposure time ...
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How to do 1 or more photos per second without jitter using a Canon 7D?

I'd like to take second and sub-second timelapse videos with my Canon 7D. I've tried both DslrDashboard and Magic Lantern, and couldn't figure out how to set the timelapse any faster than that. Worse, ...
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How can I take an extended timelapse with my GoPro given the short battery life?

I have a GoPro Hero 3 Silver edition. Was wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to take a continuous timelapse for extended period of time (more than 4 hours) since the battery seems to deplete ...
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How can I shoot a time-lapse using a Samsung point and shoot camera?

I have a samsung wb50f point and shoot digital camera. It has wifi remote triggering, but it takes only one image at a time. I want to shoot a time-lapse, which takes photos automatically at a set ...
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What is good protection for outside timelapse? (During rain/thunderstorm)

I've wanted to do some more timelapse shooting with my 60D, and be able to leave it running all day. My biggest issue here is now the weather with pop-up thunderstorms and heavy rains possible. Is ...
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Timelapse with shutter release

I recently bought a cable release for night photography. And have been getting more and more use out of it, part of my intentions of getting it was to do timelapses and I did my first one this morning ...
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Time lapse of solar eclipse?

I was thinking of taking a time lapse of the eclipse with my nikon d3300 but not of just the sun but of the sun and the landscape. Unfortunately, I have to work during the eclipse and I was thinking ...
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Can I connect my Canon Rebel T3i to laptop to keep the battery charged while making a timelapse?

Is there a way to connect my camera (Canon Rebel T3i a.k.a. EOS 600D) to my laptop to create a timelapse and charge the battery at the same time? I have to keep swapping out the battery to keep the 5 ...
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What's the difference between Time-lapse, Hyperlapse and Flow Motion? [closed]

I want to know specifically what differs between a Time-lapse video and a Hyperlapse video and a Flow Motion video. In question is the accurate definition of the category of this video Thank you very ...
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Canon Rebel EOS XTi: USB not connecting when using external power

I have a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi that I'm using for timelapse photography (see an early effort here). I'm controlling the camera using gphoto2 on a Raspberry Pi, taking individual frames every ...
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Why does my generic Chinese intervalometer stop short of selected number of frames?

I am using an intervalometer to make a time lapse video I am using a Nikon D3300 with a 50mm f1.8 lens Focus set to manual Camera Settings: ISO: 3200 Shutter Speed : 1/25 Seconds Apreture : f1.8 ...
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How can I control the white balance from an Android application?

I am currently working on an Android Application that does Day-to-Night/Night-to-Day Time-lapse using Bulb Ramping, and I think I am 80% there. What the application does is that it takes photos in ...
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Can I do a timelapse on my Nikon Coolpix l820?

I would like to take a time-lapse of a sunrise/sunset with my Nikon Coolpix I820. What settings should I use?
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Will longer interval during NightLapse mode on GoPro hero4 increase battery life?

I'm using 10 sec exposure on hero4 silver Usually with no interval The battery runs off after about 2.5 hours If I'll increase the interval time, will it give me longer shooting time?
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Camera suggestion needed for long term remote timelapse

I'm working on setting up a remote timelapse waterproof system for a long term project. The idea is to have it on solar power. I'm currently playing with the CHDK firmware on a Canon PowerShot Elph ...
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Timelapse video, pictures taken over a year. Sky flashing [closed]

I have taken pictures for a year now to show the different weather and the different seasons, the problem is that, When I tried to put all the pictures together for a video, the result is very ...
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How to do time lapse with bracketing burst?

I am starting a project and I'd like to do some sunset time lapse. Each frame of the time lapse should be an HDR image. So, I need a bracketing burst every X minutes during a given period of time. Is ...
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How can I keep my camera warm while photographing time lapses over a few hours of 25F / - 4C temperatures?

I may have an oppty to photograph some time lapses over the next few days. However, the location's temperature will be about 25F / -4C. I'm looking for clever/creative ways to warm my gear while it ...
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How to make a long-expodure photo [duplicate]

How can i make a long-exposure image like this : http://elliott.org/blog/30-worst-cities-for-traffic-in-america/ For that task, do i need a special camera or can i do it with andtoid app ?
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sorting photos from every minute to every hour

I have a data base of time lapse photos that have been taken for a period of a week, but i made a newbies mistake and set the setting up for a photo every second, filled up my memory drive. Anyways ...
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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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What is the maximum rate at which you could shoot frames (for a time lapse) on a Canon t5i?

I've been doing more and more time lapses lately, having fun identifying the right rate for different subjects. I've purchased an intervalometer, but the minimum interval between frames is one second. ...
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Is there an extended-life battery for the Sony NEX-6?

I'm really enjoying my Sony NEX-6, especially the time-lapse application. However, I'm often finding that the camera's battery dies before I can create a long time-lapse (say, 4-5 hours). Is there a ...
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Applescript for Camera Control Pro activation

Is there an applescript that I can use to control my D800e from Camera Control Pro 2 for a time-lapse sequence?
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Is it possible to get an interval precise up to 2 decimal places using a (software) intervalometer?

I'm looking for a way to take pictures at an interval that is precise up to two decimal places using my Canon 550D. Is that possible, preferably using Magic Lantern or some other software solution? ...
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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 ...