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24 Hours In Berwyn

24 Hours In Berwyn

As a precursor to exploring architecture in moving pictures, I decided to have a little experiment in time lapse photography.  Yesterday I setup my Nikon on the tripod pointing out my front window and programmed it’s interval setting to take an exposure every 8 minutes for the next 24 hours.  I then dropped the resulting 180 frames into Premier to create a quick little video.  I think this is going to be fun!


  • Alana
    Posted at 09:56h, 26 February

    LOVE IT! So cool! I want you to show me how to do this.

  • chris
    Posted at 17:24h, 26 February

    What I want to try and figure out is have points in the timeline (ideally where interesting stuff is happening) where the camera slips into real time capture and then goes back to time lapse after the scene is over. That, I think is beyond my Nikon.

  • Ian Hay
    Posted at 07:50h, 28 February

    Timelapse photography is fun, but be careful: it can become an obsession:

  • chris
    Posted at 09:14h, 28 February

    OMG…. there’s an iPhone Time Lapse Photo App! Several actually! Brilliant! TY Ian for the empowerment!

  • Dave
    Posted at 02:51h, 04 March

    Check out the forums at http://www.timescapes.org – plenty of info and friendly helpful folks there.

    Here’s a little home movie I did over the weekend with my 5d2. Timelapse sequences at the beginning and end. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QM0-qUMGgv4