Last night I stayed up late studying a feature of my camera that I had not worked with before: Time lapse photography! I did a small sample and then it was time to go to bed.
|Sunrise Sunday 2/19/20`7|
Before you begin choosing the settings. Take one photo with the auto-focus feature on. Then turn the camera to manual focus and set the time lapse program. The first thing that I did was set a start time or "Now" (which for my camera means within 3 seconds of turning on the feature). Then I needed to set the time between the pictures and the number of pictures. The last thing that you do is to make sure that the program is turned "On" and let the time lapse photography begin.
When I am done with the pictures, I need to upload them into a movie making software and set the length that each picture will play. My star video is 6 photos at about 1/2 second each. I'm learning :^)