I’m still playing around with timelaspe photography.
I took this one about a month ago but have had problems putting it together since the counter went round 9999 and started at 0001 half way through, which messed up the sequence.
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens, ISO 200, 4 second exposure every 5 seconds.
A quick timelapse from above the Wellington Airport as the sun was going down. It turned out a bit short for my liking and has no sound since I still dont have any decent editing software 🙂
Going to go back and re-shoot sometime 🙂
Nikon D90, 50mm f1.8 Lens, Kaiser Interval Timer.
So I picked up repaired Rollei on Wednesday afternoon and I have to say that the repair guy did a really good job. As well as fixing the shutter he also gave it a really good clean and fixed up a few other small issues as well as re timing and checking all the shutter speeds.
The unfortunate thing is that since I have picked it up I haven’t been able to get out and shoot and with working both days this weekend the likelihood of getting a full roll through for next week is looking pretty poor.
So that being said here goes a shot from pre-repair Rollei of some timelapsing with my D90 🙂
Make New Stuff With Your Old Stuff
I’ve been playing around with some time lapse stuff lately and all the good looking videos use a movement thing with them…
So I thought “I have lots of photo stuff, I wonder if I can make my own”
Hence the creation below. Its my own custom time lapse movement device. Its made from Tripod, Macro rail, monopod head and a super clamp for a counter balance.
It has a handle in the back that you have to turn manually and its a little jerky but with a bit of practice it might be cool 🙂 The F5 was there because I needed my D90 to shoot this shot.
See below for test video
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens.