Watching the Sun Rise while listening to the slow, steady rhythm of the waves lapping at the beach is one of the best ways to relax and prepare to start your day.
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Here’s an example time lapse video of this beautiful season from the time period of early Thursday, 9/27 to within 15 minutes of the time you’re reviewing this post.
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part one of this series on time lapse photography, I covered the basics of setting up a time lapse photography capture system leveraging an iMac with an iSight camera and a nifty tool called imagesnap. Capturing the change of seasons with time lapse photography
In part two, I’ll explain how we can take these images and stitch them together to create a time lapse progression or movie.
The are many ways to create an animated sequence of your photographs. Here are just a few along with some pros and cons.
Time Lapse Assembler TimeLapse Assembler Screen Shot
allows you to create movies from a sequence of images. Provide it with a folder containing sequentially named JPEG images and it will produce a Quicktime compatible movie file for use in iMovie or other editing software.
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