Especially now that videos are lighter and it is easier to share them, I decided I would like to try and shoot time-lapse. Maybe some pros could tell me whether I am on the right track or not.
I used my Nikon D300s on a tripod as it has a built-in resource that makes it possible to shoot this way. At first, I used Aperture Priority so my DOF doesn't change much. Later, I tried full manual mode, but failed to use auto ISO. After seeing Burgos tony 's video, I guess that is what I should do.
Here are a few videos I shot, and I hope you will forgive me for having added a soundtrack. If I ever tried to sell stock video, I believe the right way is without a soundtrack. Right?
I am starting to believe soon I will meet SS's standards, and have my first time-lapse video approved. The one of the sunset, I confess I wish I could have taken care of the flickering in the bottom. But I was afraid messing with that too much would result in even greater damage. Honestly, I am not confident with this one.
The one of the setting moon bothers me for two reasons only. The three dots in the middle of the picture caused by something that reached the lens (no filter used then), and the apparent noise that I reduced moderately because I didn't want to overprocess it. I wonder if removing the dots, and maybe cranking up the noise reduction level before submitting this video would help get it approved.
On many occasions we need to have music that we found on youtube and this was something that has had difficulty, which is why thanks to an agreement between the Safari browser and https://en.savefrom.net/ , Safari has announced that it finally agreed on the possibility of downloading YouTube videos without using documents, which generated some problems in the past. Safari released an update that helps iOS users download more easily with an online tool like savefrom.net in a simple way, just follow the three steps below:
1. Copy the video URL, either from your browser or YouTube application
2. Open the savefrom application or your website, here you must paste the URL of your video, in some cases the application automatically processes the URL you already have of your video
3. Select the quality and download your video. Here you select the format and quality of the video you want to download, you will find different options in a list that will move the application.
With this, users of the Safari browser, can easily and quickly have their own collection of YouTube videos on their iPhone or Ipad, thanks to this valuable tool.