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Author Topic: Timelapses: deeper into Holy Grail (day to night)  (Read 2182 times)

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« on: June 02, 2018, 04:02 »
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How to shoot and post process day to night time lapses.
Deeper into Holy Grail ramping exposure using different methods
https://youtu.be/JiV0bqskTgc


« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2018, 11:55 »
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Excellent video... again!  I am guessing it may be your next video, but I would like to know HOW you ramp the ISO/Shutter/Aperture. I would love to discover there is some app in my iPhone, or other low cost -- and low extra equipment -- to accomplish this.  (FWIW, I am now shooting with a Sony A7R3)  We are heading to California Monday, where I will have lots of chances to do something like this, but ramping is still a mystery to me...

« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2018, 04:15 »
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Excellent video... again!  I am guessing it may be your next video, but I would like to know HOW you ramp the ISO/Shutter/Aperture. I would love to discover there is some app in my iPhone, or other low cost -- and low extra equipment -- to accomplish this.  (FWIW, I am now shooting with a Sony A7R3)  We are heading to California Monday, where I will have lots of chances to do something like this, but ramping is still a mystery to me...
Many thanks,
to be honest I ramp everything manually and have no issues at all with it.
I have the camera in a solid tripod and generally with day to night transition I shoot 1 image about every 8 seconds, so I have plenty of time to manually ramp.
I have heard about the following app, but never really inquiry, because, as I said, so far I am very happy with manual ramping
https://dslrdashboard.info/downloads/

« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2018, 11:32 »
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Excellent video... again!  I am guessing it may be your next video, but I would like to know HOW you ramp the ISO/Shutter/Aperture. I would love to discover there is some app in my iPhone, or other low cost -- and low extra equipment -- to accomplish this.  (FWIW, I am now shooting with a Sony A7R3)  We are heading to California Monday, where I will have lots of chances to do something like this, but ramping is still a mystery to me...
Forgot to say, Have a great time in California and post some of your footage here!


 

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