Smooth transitions even on changing exposures.

Changing Exposures

Creating day-to-night (or vice versa) time lapse is trickier than you might think. If you’ve seen time-lapse videos that transition from night to day (or vice-versa) WITHOUT FLICKERING, that is the

mark of a master.

By constantly adjusting exposure while filming, the time-lapse will maintain proper exposure instead of going to total darkness as you go to the end of the video. However, doing it this way introduces jumps in exposures and flickering.

By going through additional processes, the flickering is removed. A final process is then applied to enhance color (as shown). Check out the full-screen final video below.

 

and another sample...

Fixed Exposure

Most time lapse videos are done within a day (or night) where lighting is constant. We shot the following time-lapse on a stormy night at Chao Praya river. The flashes of lightning provides character to the shot.

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