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  1. Injured toe due to high heals. I can see why someone would by the photo. She also makes more money with videos.
  2. Instead of 1 frame every 5 seconds try continuous shooting with a 5 second exposures. The exposure time can be adjusted. I find continuous shooting is best for time-lapses if there are people in it. Below is a 6 1/2 hour time-lapse with 30 second exposures shot continuously using ND filters. Continuous shooting with 1/4 and 1/2 second exposures.
  3. Two perl scripts that might be helpful Rename - The purpose is to prevent duplicate names with other files on computer. Bulk rename all CR2 files from the days photo shoot inside Lightrooms auto import folder. Files are renamed with prefix, timestamp (year,month,day,hour,minute,second) and image counter - A_2019-04-20-14-21-55_00001.CR2 After Lightroom imports images they are then moved to the respective folders. #!/usr/bin/perl -w # Rename CR2 files # A_2019-04-20-14-21-55_00001.CR2 use Time::Piece; $prefix = "A"; $ext = "CR2"; my $newName = localtime->strftime('%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S'); my $counter = 1; my @files = <*.$ext>; foreach my $file (@files) { $num = sprintf( "%05d", $counter ); $newFile = "${prefix}_${newName}_${num}.$ext"; rename($file, $newFile) || die ( "Error in renaming" ); $counter++; } Random Rename - The purpose is to separate similar images when uploading to Shutterstock. Files are randomly renamed with prefix, random number and image counter - A_01729_00001.JPG The image counter will also prevent duplicate names if a random number comes up multiple times. #!/usr/bin/perl -w # Random rename JPG files # A_01729_00001.JPG use Time::Piece; $prefix = "A"; $ext = "JPG"; my $counter = 1; my @files = <*.$ext>; foreach my $file (@files) { my $randomNumber = int(rand(10000)); $randomNumber = sprintf( "%05d",$randomNumber); $num = sprintf( "%05d", $counter); $newFile = "${prefix}_${randomNumber}_${num}.$ext"; rename($file, $newFile) || die ( "Error in renaming" ); $counter++; } Anybody else use perl scripts for organizing files?
  4. The intro is way too long I stopped at 1:38. I didn't want to listen to that dramatic soundtrack anymore. Grading = Color Correction. That's all I have to know.
  5. You can't see the horizon ....... and it's most likely straight.
  6. Looks over-processed to me. And that can add noise and artifacts.
  7. Upload and find out. Let the buyers answer your question.
  8. IMO To help with orientation for directly overhead shots as Phil pointed out have North at the top of the images. If you knew North was at the top of the image below it's easier to visualize the surrounding area.
  9. Canon 17-40 lens at 17mm. Manual exposure was continuous shooting at 1/4 second. JPG's F8 ISO 160 Two 3-stop ND filters. The plastic 100mm generic square ones in a Lee type generic holder. The exposure should have been equivalent to the sunny f16 rule - but I see it was plus 2/3 of a stop. RE: Do you remember the ratio (pics/time)? Looking at one of the clips it had 620 JPG images shot continuously over 5 minutes and 11 seconds (311 seconds). So the camera needed about 1/4 second to get the next shot.
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