New Gadgets, HDR photos and TimeLapse
Sometimes you surf around the internet, and suddenly you find something cool or interesting.
This time I came over something called Time-lapse.
Time-lapse photography is a cinematography technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much lower than that which will be used to play the sequence back. When replayed at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing.
And since we are in the planning stage of building a new house… how cool would it be to timelapse the house building?
Time to get some equipment. Silje had an old Canon 350D, but then we needed to get a new one for her……
Off to see what we could get, ended up with a brand new Canon EOS 555D.
It’s a big difference between the 350D and the 550D, and after some test picture, you can see the difference was huge! And while crawling around on the web, searching for cool things to do with the new camera, I came over something called HDR. I’ve heard about the technique before, but now I had the equipment to do it myself, check out my first HDR pictures above.
There are also some test “time-lapse” movie that will be published shortly.
(and there are even more gadgets incoming….)