The Photography Thread

marvelousprashant

Cyborg Agent
You will need
-A camera (if you have a supported Canon camera CHDK might help) If thae camera can take infinite shots at specific interval then its good otherwise you will have to use continuous mode (by keeping shutter key pressed)

-A tripod or surface so that camera does not move.

-(Optional) For slight movements you can batch align photos using Photomatrix Pro (paid) Can also be used for HDR Timelapse

-(Optional) Lightroom (paid) for batch editing. There are many open source utilities too.

-FastStone Photo resizer (free) for resizing images to 1080p. This makes PhotoLapse work much faster

-Photolapse (free) for stitching photos.

-(optional but recommended) Windows movie maker (free) to give final touches.
 

nac

Aspiring Novelist
Jaggs,
IQ is so good for compact, I mean fixed lens. 2nd one is nice and your dandelion is good.
 

abhidev

Human Spambot
You will need
-A camera (if you have a supported Canon camera CHDK might help) If thae camera can take infinite shots at specific interval then its good otherwise you will have to use continuous mode (by keeping shutter key pressed)

-A tripod or surface so that camera does not move.

-(Optional) For slight movements you can batch align photos using Photomatrix Pro (paid) Can also be used for HDR Timelapse

-(Optional) Lightroom (paid) for batch editing. There are many open source utilities too.

-FastStone Photo resizer (free) for resizing images to 1080p. This makes PhotoLapse work much faster

-Photolapse (free) for stitching photos.

-(optional but recommended) Windows movie maker (free) to give final touches.

hey thanx for the step by step process....will try it out :) and bug you if in doubt :)
 

jagg89

RoCk N' RoLL
Thanks guys.. The sunset and the colors were really awesome that day.. I'm glad that I was there to capture it.. :)
 

sujoyp

Grand Master
Thats good prashant :) ...please prashant post ur gears pic at the photography gear thread..

It would be fun to discuss the gears there...and we r a friendly community...its not that mine is bigger then urs thingy :)
 

marvelousprashant

Cyborg Agent
@nac Used the Vivid blue setting in camera but to some extent the sky is unusually blue in Hirakud. Maybe because there is no pollution. When I first came here, the blueness used to hurt my eyes.

Another one No HDR, No editing except little vingetting

Just after sunset by marvelprash, on Flickr
 
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