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Old 21-08-2012, 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by philiphart View Post
sounds like the book is optimising for daytime timelapse.. complete opposite of what you want for night. and yes.. day to night in one sequence is not easy.. at least not without a lot of flicker.

you can use your camera in aperture priority mode and keep flicking the aperture open a bit more as it gets darker. or you get into thing like 'little bramper' which is what colin legg uses or custom fun and games like fred and i have been playing with. but like others said.. start simple..

there is of course another book that might help you here too:

http://shop.iceinspace.com.au/shop/s...g-stars-ebook/

Phil
No, thats not right Phil, you just dont know the best publications available for TL.

The best BY FAR is http://philhart.com/shooting-stars. Its a cracker. Very practical and full of really usefull info. A very proffessional effort, well worth the dosh, especially the TL section.
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