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Timelapse Photography

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Timelapse Photography

Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much more spread out than the frequency used to view the sequence. When played at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing.

Traditionally time-lapse shot is synonymous with a video. I decided to give this concept a twist. What if we pick a few a few frames from the entire catalogue of frames that make a time-lapse video and stack and blend them in post, wouldn’t the results be surreal! With that thought in mind I did some concept shots. Hope you like them.

The Stars

The Moon

The Airplane

The Stars

This is a composite of 17 shots

f/7.1

1sec

48mm

ISO-1600

Shot at an interval of 5 seconds

Here’s a timelapse video of the same →

This is a composite of 4 shots

f/7.1

1sec

55mm

ISO-400

Shot at an interval of 3 seconds

← Here’s a timelapse video of the same

 

The moon
The airplane

This is a composite of 5 shots

f/7.1

2.5sec

48mm

ISO-800

Shot at an interval of 1 second

Here’s a timelapse video of the same →

f/13     1/20sec     55mm     ISO-100          and          f/7.1     17sec     18mm     ISO-100

Wanna shoot such shots ? Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to make them.

Here are two renditions of the timelapse photograph.

The one on the left shows the scene at every hour of the day as you would see on the clock with the day starting at 9 AM and finishing at 9 PM.

The one on the right comprises of strips that indicate a 2-hour window.

Check out the photo-essay containing all the shots that make these phots

To top it off, below is a compilation of timelapses that I recorded during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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