Processing an HDR time lapse


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Processing an HDR time lapse

So after a couple hours, I went back to my camera, and I stopped the intervalometer. It may have stopped in the middle of a bracket, it's I don't know, doesn't matter I can always throw those out or trim those up. Packed up the camera, brought it back, had a huge mess of data, gigabytes of data. So I've copied that on to my drive, and I have all those files here. Now I'm ready to start the process of merging. Now, normally, when you're just shooting a time lapse, you take all of your frames that you've shot, and you use software that stitches it together into a movie, not stitches, but sequences those individual frames together into a movie.

Normally, when you shoot HDR, a single HDR scene You take those three images, and you run them through HDR processing software, and it combines them. We have to do both of those things. We have to take the first three HDR shots, merge them into a finished HDR, store the result, grab the next three, process those, store that. And after ...

Processing an HDR time lapse
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