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Time-lapse at Rihanna Tree, Northern Ireland

Location:
The Infamous Rihanna Tree, County Down, Northern Ireland
Early August 2013

Equipment:
X-E1Fuji XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS | B + W 102 M ND Filter| Manfrotto 190XPROB tripod | Manfrotto 804RC2 tripod head | Manfrotto 804RC2 tripod head

Software:
Adobe Lightroom | Apple QuickTime Pro

Background Information:

Over recent months I have been intrigued by the new phenomena in Photography, it’s called Time-lapse, where a photographer captures many images before combining them together to create a film.

This was my first attempt at a Time-lapse, at one of my favourite trees in Northern Ireland. The photographs were edited in Lightroom and subsequently process in QuickTime to create the Timelapse.

Over the next number of months I hope to get a variety of timelapses from other locations, having worked more on learning how to capture them in various lighting conditions.

If you are interested in learning more about the technique, check out the following e-book by Dave Delnea

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