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Here's an alternative approach, which may or may not work depending on just how much the light levels in your scene vary, and how much movement there might be. Fix your exposure to the minimum exposure you're going to use. Using a simple trigger take a number of shots at each interval in proportion to the light you need. E.g. at noon take one shot at ...


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What you are trying to do is accomplished by a technique known as bulb ramping, or bramping (see: "What is bulb ramping?"). There are several commercial products and open source projects that bulb ramp cameras to create smooth timelapse sequences without jarring discontinuities in exposure. Realize that basically, bramping requires prediction, or ...


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From what you write I have three suggestions to make more consistent photos Set white balance to some value, this will help you to mitigate colour casts Set focus to manual and focus to particular point (also get in consideration to change aperture to have appropriate depth of field) Set flash to manual to some value, which is fine for your purpose P.S. ...


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Be sure there is enough time between frames for the exposure. For example, if shooting at the rate of one fps, a two second (or even a one second) exposure won't work. This may require increasing sensitivity (ISO) and/or using a lens with wide aperture. Depending on the sensor and its internal filter, a UV-blocking filter may be needed, as UV may be ...


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Try using a digital camcorder that automatically adjusts exposure. Then speed up the video in post. Same effect as timelapse photography. Look into MagicLantern. If you shoot stills, shoot in RAW so you have ample dynamic range in post.


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You could use Blender in video clip edit mode. Optionally, rename the pictures to indicate second+frame values (this makes later work easier) Import all images into the nonlinear editor (one button push actually), Place images to the appropriate frame. Render Animation (match the framerate you used in calculating the second+frame values for the filenames). ...



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