Discussion in 'Photography' started by Rustydiver, Aug 24, 2013.
lets see if it works
2500 photos went into making it. Im a bit annoyed the memory card ran out I forgot that I had it set to take RAW too. Ran out just when the tide was going out and it was getting dark.
What's it suppose to do... Looks like two of the same pictures to me.
It's a 2 minute video off the tide coming in and going out over about a 10 hr period.
But you need to click the picture to redirect to photobucket.
Ahhhh you click play in photobucket but it takes it's time in getting going.
it went going straight away for me , brilliant
Didn't work for me. I couldn't find the picture above and when I went looking for it I find aerial pictures of planes? Beginning to think you are a spy or work for GCHQ.
Damm I've been rumbled.
Worked for me.
Worked for me on the laptop, no problem here.
Worked for me , bet your finger was raw after taking 2500 pics ,well done for sticking with it .
Worked for me - dunno if you have to have a photobucket account maybe?
I cheated it was a thingy ma bob that I set up, to take a photo every 10 seconds set up on a tripod over 7 hours. Looking out off the top window. Only problem was I forgot to reduce the file size and stop it taking raw images. Took 7 hours to go through a 16 GB memory card. I reckon if I had my brain cell that day I could have got a good 48 hours worth
Nah still not working for me even after setting up a photo bucket account. Might be my tablet. Might have a go from my laptop tomorrow.
Will transfer over to you tube tomorrow.
Here we go @Violetta
This is a low quality version. The main one was done using 21 MP photos..
Lovely - very impressive
Works fine and great idea. What size card was you using to get that many shots on?
The file size was about 8MP and I use a 16GB card which will hold about 4500 photos
I used photolapse 3 to make the film.
Lots off good info here
I love time lapse photos especially of nature
Some ive seen of the night sky or of flowers blooming are amazing to see
@Rustydiver It certainly is impressive and great to watch the film. I have never tried this type of photography and will have a look at the link.
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