SHOOT TIME-LAPSE MOVIES IN-CAM­ERA

Practical Photography (UK) - - Hidden Camera Features -

Time-lapse in­volves tak­ing a large num­ber of im­ages at reg­u­lar in­ter­vals, then stitch­ing them together into a video, giv­ing the im­pres­sion of time be­ing sped up. Un­til re­cently, time-lapse was an in­volved process, as you needed an in­ter­val timer to take your im­ages, then spe­cial­ist soft­ware to cre­ate the movie. Now though, many cam­eras have time-lapse func­tion­al­ity, where they take your shots at timed in­ter­vals (you choose the in­ter­val and the to­tal num­ber), then au­to­mat­i­cally stitch them. To cal­cu­late the length of your video (in sec­onds), di­vide the to­tal num­ber of shots by 25.

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