Friday, June 24, 2016

1 Completely Free Stock Footage Clip of My Slowest Time Lapse Yet.

I've been experimenting a little more with time lapses and my intervalometer. I've been really interested in the correlation between interval and focal length. Most of my time lapses have been around 1-second intervals at around a 38mm focal length (I'm factoring in the 1.6 crop factor on the Canon I normally use). This one was done at roughly a 24mm focal length on a full frame camera at 2-second intervals.  I was amazed at how much slower the time was passing on screen.  I guess thought that the changes I made would somehow cancel each other out.  I'd like to get more accurate in reading a situation as to what settings to use to achieve the speed and look I want.  Up until then, I guess I'll have to make available to you all everything that is fit to publish.

You are welcome to use this video in your projects you are working on or keep it in your clip library for future work.The only thing you cannot do is turn around and offer it AS stock footage. Have fun with it!

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This video was shot using a Sony A7SII and a Canon EF 24-105mm L Lens with a Commlite EF to E-Mount Adapter


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