Programming the camera with a smartphone


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Programming the camera with a smartphone

One of the things that excites me about hyper lapse, is the ability to get a consistent rate. Now with normal hyper lapse, folks will usually mark out their distance on the ground and move the tripod a set number of positions. With a moving vehicle, I want to go a set distance as well. Now remember with traffic sometimes you're going to slow down. Sometimes you're going to speed up. We went and tested this last night, driving around on the highway around Las Vegas, and this was a perfect test. We had stop and go traffic.

There was lots of issues getting on and off the highway. This always affected the speed in which the car was going. Now, as we drove around Las Vegas with different types of speed, what would happen with the traditional time lapse is it would feel like you were jittery. Because as we came to stoplights we could have been sitting there for two, three minutes. Well, that'd be boring if it just kept firing a shot every five seconds. On the other hand, as we started going faste...

Programming the camera with a smartphone
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Programming the camera with a smartphone 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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