How to Shoot a Time-Lapse With Your DSLR or Mirrorless Camera

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How to Shoot a Time-Lapse With Your DSLR or Mirrorless Camera

Post by Geek tech » 10 Feb 2019, 06:56

Image A time-lapse is the opposite of slow-mo: instead of slowing down fast-moving activities they speed up slow ones. They’re perfect for showing the movement of clouds, crowds, traffic, and the like. You can even use them to show slow moving things like blooming flowers.
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The great thing about time-lapses is that they’re very easy for photographers to shoot. Each frame is a single still image. Let’s have a look at the basics of shooting one yourself. Before You Start While it’s possible to shoot a time-lapse with your iPhone, for this article we’re going to look at using DSLRs or mirrorless cameras. They give you the most control. RELATED: How to Select and Use a Tripod As well as your camera, you need a tripod to keep everything locked in the same position. You also need an intervalometer so you can take photos at the same interval; some cameras have one built in, but if yours doesn’t, any decent remote shutter release will work. RELATED: How to Remotely Control Your Camera The final thing you have to do before starting is to work out how many images you have to shoot. There are calculators that can help, but I find it’s worth doing the math yourself. Read the remaining 36 paragraphs

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