That time of the year have come and as usual in April I return to photograph that lovely brick wall opposite to our apartment, turning green. This year I decided to excel in time lapse photography and video.

Few month ago I bought an intervalometer (around Christmas time) and today was actually first time I put it on real action. 

I did a few tests to see how intervalometer actually works, and once get the basic understanding put it to capture 120 shots with 30 secund interval (making 30 minutes in total). On Camera settings, it manual mode, f 11 and ISO 400 (as it was a rainy day, I wanted to make bright enough). Shot in RAW mode.

Making time lapse video' s are fun, during this 30 minute session I was able to make a coffee, upkeep some things on blog and do other stuff. Making this time lapse involved using Adobe Lightroom for post processing images, and Adobe Premiere making a video.

Adobe Lightroom

Import images to Lightroom, adjust some settings if needed, auto sync all images, export as jpg 1920 pixels, make sure to remove watermark

Adobe Premiere

The final comp was made in Adobe Premiere adding a sound effect (from free libraries)

The Result:

I hope to apply my newly developed skills making some nice star trails photography in short future. My First Star Trail Photography