LOG IN    OR   REGISTER TO FORUMS


Unoffical Time Lapse Thread

FORUMS Post Processing, Marketing & Presenting Photos Video and Sound Editing
Thread started 24 Apr 2011 (Sunday) 22:38   
LIST NEARBY THREADS
 
tkerr
Goldmember
tkerr's Avatar
Joined Mar 2010
3,042 posts
Hubert, North Carolina, USA.
[MORE/SHARE]

ChadAndreo wrote in post #12737088external link
what are you guys using for effects such as pan, tilt-shift, etc?

The Software I use includes numerous transitions you can set up between frames as well as fading and zooming in and out.

Or if I use PS CS5e I have other tools to manipulate the movement, position and angles of the frames.

Post #31, Jul 11, 2011 11:02:45


Tim Kerr
Money Talks, But all I hear mine saying is, Goodbye!
F1, try it you'll like it.

LOG IN TO REPLY
sponsored links
(this ad will go away when you log in as registered member)
AKphoto23
Member
Joined Oct 2009
89 posts
[MORE/SHARE]

Bioshock wrote in post #12720643external link
Thanks! I hope to try to do more in the future. You weren't at the same show were ya?

Naa I'm In Souther Cali

Post #32, Jul 11, 2011 19:50:43




LOG IN TO REPLY
evoch3n
Senior Member
Joined May 2011
108 posts
[MORE/SHARE]

This was my first one and only one so far. I mainly did this for a class project. I didn't have lighting equipment and it was done in door during winter at night.

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=qkjyGI-HFXoexternal link

Post #33, Jul 12, 2011 01:06:10


Gears
Gripped Canon 60D | 24-70mm F/2.8 L | 70-200mm F/2.8 IS II L | 50mm f/1.8

LOG IN TO REPLY
Trugga
Senior Member
Trugga's Avatar
Joined Jan 2011
530 posts
West Midands, UK
[MORE/SHARE]

I did have 23 images to combine, but my PC crashed after only processing a few:

IMAGE NOT FOUND IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
http://www.trugga.co.u​k/canon/basil001.gifexternal link
HTTP response: 400 | MIME changed to 'text/html'


Lawrence

Post #34, Jul 12, 2011 01:43:56 as a reply to evoch3n's post 37 minutes earlier.


7D | Sigma 17-70 f2.8-4 DC Macro OS | Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Canon 24-105 f4.0L IS USM | 70-200 f2.8L IS II USM | 100-400 f4.5-5.6L IS USM
- www.loz.pics -external link

LOG IN TO REPLY
ArcticShooter
Goldmember
ArcticShooter's Avatar
Joined Dec 2006
1,828 posts
Arctic Norway (Tromsø)
[MORE/SHARE]

Very cool thread. I am new to time-lapse
I find it nice to add cross iris transition between every image.
I have been using Final Cut Express for a while.
One of the limitation is that it does not have the possibility to batch add transitions.
And it can be a pain to add the transition if you have shot 200+ images
So I upgraded to Pro.

My problem is that I can't find out how to do the batch adding.
Anyone that know this?

Post #35, Jul 13, 2011 08:01:48


Helge
Summer is great :)

My gearMyexternal linkFlickr external link
external link
G+external link

LOG IN TO REPLY
sponsored links
(this ad will go away when you log in as registered member)
ArcticShooter
Goldmember
ArcticShooter's Avatar
Joined Dec 2006
1,828 posts
Arctic Norway (Tromsø)
[MORE/SHARE]

Found the answer myself while googling:
Select all images and drag them over to the canvas. Select overwrite with transition
Works like a dream :)

Post #36, Jul 13, 2011 08:27:47


Helge
Summer is great :)

My gearMyexternal linkFlickr external link
external link
G+external link

LOG IN TO REPLY
scobols
Senior Member
scobols's Avatar
Joined Dec 2006
964 posts
Waconia, MN
[MORE/SHARE]

Monarch caterpillar transforming into a chrysalis:

IMAGE: http://www.scottbolster.com/potn/time-lapse.JPG
[IMAGE'S LINK: http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=ZAbxmF5JYTo]external link

Scott

Post #37, Jul 13, 2011 08:41:07


www.scottbolster.comexternal link

[URL="http://www.faceb​ook.com/ScottBolsterPh​otography"]facebookexternal link

LOG IN TO REPLY
ArcticShooter
Goldmember
ArcticShooter's Avatar
Joined Dec 2006
1,828 posts
Arctic Norway (Tromsø)
[MORE/SHARE]

scobols wrote in post #12750809external link
Monarch caterpillar transforming into a chrysalis:
Scott

Very cool. Good catch

Post #38, Jul 13, 2011 10:35:13


Helge
Summer is great :)

My gearMyexternal linkFlickr external link
external link
G+external link

LOG IN TO REPLY
Cannot
Senior Member
Cannot's Avatar
Joined Nov 2009
522 posts
Rock Chalk Jayhawk
[MORE/SHARE]

First attempt - Time Lapse

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=04GjbCvr5Wwexternal link

Post #39, Jul 19, 2011 21:50:48 as a reply to ArcticShooter's post 6 days earlier.


5D2 | 7D | Nikon F70 | 35L | 100L | 24-70L | 70-200L F4 IS | EF 25 II & EF 12 Extension Tubes | 580 EX II | MR-14EX |
Flickrexternal link

LOG IN TO REPLY
natums
THREAD ­ STARTER
Senior Member
Joined Dec 2010
739 posts
[MORE/SHARE]

Good to see lots of people are picking up on this thread. I had some new stuff I shot but can't share yet... will post when the NDA period ends.

Post #40, Jul 21, 2011 13:30:50


| Current Gearexternal link |
| Vimeoexternal link | The Daily Disciplineexternal link | Flickrexternal link |

LOG IN TO REPLY
Cannot
Senior Member
Cannot's Avatar
Joined Nov 2009
522 posts
Rock Chalk Jayhawk
[MORE/SHARE]

I have some more on my website.

http://www.shyangwu.co​m/-time-lapse.htmlexternal link

Post #41, Jul 24, 2011 11:18:56 as a reply to tkerr's post 13 days earlier.


5D2 | 7D | Nikon F70 | 35L | 100L | 24-70L | 70-200L F4 IS | EF 25 II & EF 12 Extension Tubes | 580 EX II | MR-14EX |
Flickrexternal link

LOG IN TO REPLY
sponsored links
(this ad will go away when you log in as registered member)
joninjapan
Member
Joined Apr 2010
42 posts
Tokyo
[MORE/SHARE]

Cicada season here in Tokyo gave me a chance to do a little night time time lapse practice. Cicada are not the most cooperative models... they tend to do their thing where they want, so the shooting angle can be a challenge.

But overall a lot of fun.

http://www.flickr.com/​photos/jonpatton/60128​19483/external link

shot with the ES-85/1.8 over about an hour and a half, natural light (park lamp)

Post #42, Aug 05, 2011 20:52:12 as a reply to Cannot's post 12 days earlier.


more than what the eye sees - which can be a problem...
Kiss X4 (550D) Double Zoom Kit (18-55 + 55-250) Canon EF85 f1.8, Sigma 30mm f1.4
My flickrexternal link

LOG IN TO REPLY
Kentaro
Senior Member
Kentaro's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
422 posts
Minneapolis
[MORE/SHARE]

Here's a quick one I did, just let the camera go for a while as I was browsing my life away on facebook.

Fossil watch time lapse. I've started on a much larger scale project recently though.
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=lb3sO46l3R0external link

Post #43, Aug 06, 2011 09:52:10


[6D X (17-40 // 50 // 35 // 70-200)]

LOG IN TO REPLY
DKShash
Mostly Lurking
Joined Aug 2011
12 posts
[MORE/SHARE]

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=bHTkFOCTTRcexternal link

scroll through to about half way through the video for our first attempt. The video was filmed on both 500d and %D mark ii with timelapse being very roughly done on the 550d. Worked quite well I thought, considering the location and constraints.

Post #44, Aug 07, 2011 07:17:53




LOG IN TO REPLY
natums
THREAD ­ STARTER
Senior Member
Joined Dec 2010
739 posts
[MORE/SHARE]

I need to stay active on here, I do lots of short time-lapse shots in and amongst client projects, need to go thru my drive and upload some of them...

Post #45, Aug 10, 2011 14:48:15


| Current Gearexternal link |
| Vimeoexternal link | The Daily Disciplineexternal link | Flickrexternal link |

LOG IN TO REPLY


LIST NEARBY THREADS
9,440 views & 0 likes for this thread
Unoffical Time Lapse Thread
FORUMS Post Processing, Marketing & Presenting Photos Video and Sound Editing



NOT A MEMBER YET? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO FORUMS

CHANGE BODY TEXT SIZE FOR ALL THREAD PAGES
POWERED BY AMASS 1.0version 1.0
made in Finland
by Pekka Saarinen
for photography-on-the.net


SEND FEEDBACK TO STAFF  |  JUMP TO FORUM...  |  FORUM RULES


Spent 0.00208 for 7 database queries.
PAGE COMPLETED IN 0.02s
850 guests, 799 members online
Simultaneous users record so far is 3341, that happened on Dec 11, 2014
Latest registered member is chetgnegy

COOKIES DISCLAIMER: By using this site you agree that some cookies will be stored on your browser. For unlogged users we store one session id cookie. For registered members we store (in addition to login session cookie) only cookies that are essential for required functionality, we do not store any personal tracking data in cookies or other browser's data storage methods.