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Another Lilly Timelapse

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Beezle, May 10, 2007.

  1. This one is a bit longer. And a happy accident in which bud went off.

    QuickTime movie here, about 3.5 MB.

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  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Well that was a pleasure to watch first thing in the morning with coffee
    Beautiful
     
  3. Now that is cool Ed. Thanks for the flick/movie....
     
  4. Very nice Ed!

    Anthony
     
  5. DABO

    DABO

    Jan 13, 2006
    Cool, Ed. I liked the first one also.

    Questions: When you do time lapse, you can choose whatever resolution you want, right? And you batch process so they all look the same? Can you batch crop too? What's that "creativecommons" thingie?

    Sorry about all the questions. I love learning new things.

    DAB
     
  6. Thanks everyone.

    Any resolution, but you end up considering what will fit on the cards you have or how much time it takes to process a few thousand RAWs, etc. So there are tradeoffs.

    I do batch process, with either Photoshop or Nikon Capture. Batch cropping can be done in both. For each timelapse I end up with about half a dozen Photoshop actions that are run on all of the images.

    The creative commons thingie makes obvious where I stand on the use of my work.
     
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  7. DABO

    DABO

    Jan 13, 2006
    Interesting. Excellent idea. So do you put that license contained in metadata in the picture/video itself, or is it just contained in the link underneath?

    DAB
     
  8. Just the link.

    Thanks Dave!
     
  9. Fantastic!! Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing.
     
  10. Thank you Tom.

    Note I reposted the movie as I realized one of the actions I ran was the wrong one. The fried highlights were not intentional.
     
  11. I love your timelapses! Nice work.
     
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