How to create a Time Lapse Motion Blur at night

timelapse


 

The things you will need:

Tripod or just lean in to something
DSLR
Adobe Lightroom
LRTimelapse Software
Intervalometer and ND Filter(but my Nikon D5100 has a built in interval timer, so I don’t need that Intervalometer remote thingy and oh one thing ND filters are only optional for daylight motion blurring)

If you don’t have the software I’ll provide you the links below:

  • LRTimelapse with crack (You can use LRTimelapse for free but there is a limit and that is 400 photos only per render, you’ll waste your time if you do that especially in long time lapsing)

http://apptodownload.com/post.aspx?post=Download-Cracked-LRTimelapse-Pro-3.4

  • Adobe Lightroom: (Trial Version Only, But if you want the cracked one install utorrent and find the cracked version in piratebay.se)

http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom.html


 

What is Time-Lapse?
Timelapse is a photography technique used to make motion movie footage using a stills camera. Movie cameras shoot 24 frames per second.

Settings for my Night motion blur:

  • Manual Mode
  • 8 sec
  • f8
  • VR OFF
  • Focus your lens then turn it to manual (to avoid auto focus while doing interval shots)
  • Shoot in raw file

Settings for my Daylight time lapse without motion blur:

  • Manual Mode
  • 1/50
  • f8
  • VR OFF
  • Focus your lens then turn it to manual (to avoid auto focus while doing interval shots)
  • Shoot in raw file


 

FOR any beginner’s out there (like me lol) read this tutorial first:
http://www.learntimelapse.com/time-lapse-photography-how-to-guide/

After reading and understanding the first tutorial, proceed with this tutorial how to post processed correctly especially when you need to deflicker:
Video Tutorial

 I learned this techniques through this following sites, Thank you google!

 

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