/r/TimeLapse - Speeding up the world one frame at a time
Speeding up the world one frame at a time
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A place for your favorite timelapse videos as well as questions about gear, exposure, editing, and generally everything timelapse-related.
Human perception is limited to relatively short time frames and only deals with long term processes in abstract ways - here we are ascending over these limitations to make unseen things visible.
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Like I said in the title, I want to create a timelapse of plant growth that will take around a month. I'm aiming for around 3000 photos, since I hope to have around a minute at 50 ish fps. This works out to roughly a photo every 13 minutes, which is obviously much faster than Apple's timelapse feature would allow, although I knew that I couldn't use that for such a long term timelapse from the start.
I'm hoping that there exists some app that I can use to take a long term timelapse using a phone camera, so that I don't have to purchase a dedicated camera, as the ones I looked at were a bit expensive for one project. Or maybe there's some way I can set my device to take a photo every x minutes?
If it isn't possible to use a phone for this project, what what cameras would work best for this? I'm looking for something that's hopefully less than $200 CAD if possible, and that will last for at least a month and a half (I know I side the timelapse will be a month long, however I want some room for error).
Thanks in advance for any help y'all can give me!
I am looking for people who specifically create timelapses (not hyperlapses). I like creating many types of timelapses - sunset, moonrise, milky way etc. So I want to see some nice timelapses by others. It would be a plus if they mention how they captured the timelapse.
Hi everyone, I'm a hobbyst making timelapses and photos for fun (and a bit as a side gig selling on stock). I want to upgrade my gear (a canon 600D/EOS Rebel T3i).
I was thinking to transfer to Sony and get a a6400 and a Tamron 18-300 F/3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD, as I would love to have an allaround lens and not change it too much, but at the same time having a long superzoom. I've been studying the camera for a while now, but I would love to have some suggestions and feedback by anyone who has used it.
What do you think?