Timescapes - Digital Timelapse Discussion

Need some help (intervals and price)
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Author:  Jimusey [ Wed Apr 16, 2014 1:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Need some help (intervals and price)


I was recently emailed about a time-lapse project:

"5 days of roughly 8 hours of filming, documenting the construction of a wall being built(indoors). We need a 1 minute film as the final deliverable- so we've calculated you'll need to shoot 1,440 images, every 100 seconds. That will give us a 1 minute film at 24 FPS. (Assuming my math is correct haha)
If you're available, please reply with your rates. Also, please have your rates include the delivery of RAW images, JPEG images and a 1 minute edit of your interpretation of the film."

I have a few questions regarding this email. I know their math is wrong, what would be the correct intervals for this shoot? What is a good hourly rate for this type of project? Is 75 dlls per hour too much?

Thanks so much!

Author:  pixelbot [ Wed Apr 16, 2014 2:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Need some help (intervals and price)

8 hrs x 5 days = 40 hrs x 60 minutes X 60 seconds = 14400 seconds/1440 frames = 1 frame every 100 seconds

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