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22-07-2012, 09:56 AM
Just for fun I stitched together some sequences I've taken at Crago Observatory. I've uploaded it in HD format. Still a lot to learn.
The link is http://youtu.be/US3qCycwoLI (please use other link)
Thanks for looking.
22-07-2012, 10:56 AM
Hi Richard, what were the subs time and what did you shoot with? It looks a little dark.
22-07-2012, 11:41 AM
Canon 450D; F3.5; 20 sec subs at ISO800.
Just experimenting. What do you suggest? How do you get rid of the hot pixels in your timelapse images?
22-07-2012, 11:54 AM
20s subs sounds ok. ISO800 might just be a little too low. I use ISO3200. If you shot in RAWs then you can use Photoshop lightroom to stretch each sub. It will also get rid of hotpixels and has a wide range of lens distortion/vignetting corrections. Additionally LR timelapse 1.9 is still free and works well with Lightroom. LR timelapse allows you to keyframe only selected frames then interpolate the settings by generating keyframes and saving the info in XMP files that can in turn be read back by Photoshop Lightroom then exported to still frames (TIFF) to make your video.
22-07-2012, 12:10 PM
Thanks for all the information. Much appreciated.
I've uploaded a brighter version. The link is http://youtu.be/iPcDw3l_Kic
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