New time lapse from Ireland

Discussion in 'Video to Share' started by MarkBennett, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. MarkBennett

    MarkBennett Mu-43 Rookie

    Feb 6, 2012
    Here is a new time lapse that I just finished editing today. It is very short and I hope you enjoy it.
    Time lapse filmed in Kerry and Wicklow, Ireland. The time lapse was shot with a Lumix/Panasonic G2 using the 14-42 lens and using the Hähnel Giga T Pro Wireless Timer Remote.

    Thanks for watching

    [ame=]Ireland Time Lapse using Lumix/Panasonic G2 and a Hähnel Giga T Pro - YouTube[/ame]
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  2. zoltan

    zoltan New to Mu-43

    Jul 26, 2013
    Wow! Awesome! Like it!
  3. jrsilva

    jrsilva Mu-43 All-Pro

    Nov 1, 2012
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    Very good.
    I have to try this.
    It was done with stills or short videos?
  4. FlyLo

    FlyLo Mu-43 Regular

    Mar 16, 2013
    Brisbane, Australia
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    Awesome, you've done a great job!

    Out of interest, how many minutes did you have to shoot for in order to get 90 seconds of time lapse?

    Cheers, Don.
  5. 350duser

    350duser Mu-43 Veteran

    Sep 26, 2012
    Brisbane, QLD
  6. Ian.

    Ian. Mu-43 All-Pro

    Mar 13, 2013
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    Great compilation Mark. Lots of time and effort put in to it.
    1) I have the same remote timer. Works well!
    2) I saw some zooming. How did you do it? In post?
    3) I saw some underexposure. As the sun goes down and you are on manual, it is inevitable. I have tried slowly increasing the exposure to extend the sequence, but each change is painfully obvious. Is there a way?
  7. Iansky

    Iansky Mu-43 All-Pro

    Dec 26, 2009
    The Cotswolds, UK
    Nice set Mark,

    A nice compilation of images showing the wild and beautiful landscapes with lots of nice light changing and cloud movements.
  8. pignouf27

    pignouf27 New to Mu-43

    Jul 29, 2013
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    Impressive !

    Wow, really nice video !

    Can you share with us the little secrets behind this video, especially how you achieved such a fluid result (my own tests weren't satisfactory ...)
    - how much shots per minutes/hours did you take ?
    - what is the frame rate of your video ?
    - straight-out-from-the-camera jpegs or post-processed-raw-then converted ?

    thanks !