Choosing the right interval for shooting


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Choosing the right interval for shooting

Like all time lapse shooting, you need to determine an interval. And this is really the frequency in which the shot is exposed. Now, with a hyperlapse, a moving camera, things get a little bit trickier. First off, we're recording for an extended period of time. So I need to take into consideration that the card doesn't fill up too quickly, and that I have time for the shot to be written to the card. Fortunately, I have high speed cards here. so I don't seem to have much of a lag issue. You'll note here that if I take a shot, take another shot, it's getting pretty quick to the card.

So, I'm not that worried about that. That seems to be working well. Let's talk about the GoPro for a moment, or a camera that doesn't have an advanced intervalometer. I set this GoPro to five seconds. Generally speaking, my rule of thumb is somewhere around the number of seconds for every ten miles an hour. Now, I will go somewhere between five and six seconds here, depending upon what's go...

Choosing the right interval for shooting
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Choosing the right interval for shooting provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video

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