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 Time Lapse From a Ship 
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Post Time Lapse From a Ship
Greetings, I am a pretty regular reader, first time poster. I have been working on my time lapse technique. We are going on a Caribbean cruise next week and I have the idea to do some time lapses. I am thinking of the scene from the ship as we come into or leave a port in particular. Does anyone have guessestimate on the internal between shots that would be best? I am going to start with 3 or 4 seconds. The light will also be tricky as arrivals and departures are usually at dawn or sunset.

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Larry


Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:21 am
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Post Re: Time Lapse From a Ship
I did some a while back a 5 second intervals (24fps) that I thought were a bit too fast, so probably 2 - 3 seconds.
Always safest to go with more photos if you are not sure, that way you can still speed it up again later.

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