How to prevent and solve timelapse flickering
This article talks about the most common mistake timelapse photographers make, timelapse flickering.
Timelapse flickering, most often caused by your lens aperture not closing properly can be prevented in a number of different ways.How to prevent timelapse flickeringThe lens twist method. You’re going to lock your aperture by enabling the Depth Of Field preview button and simultaneously slightly twisting your lens off your camera body. This method works for Canon only, sadly. If you have a solution for Panasonic cameras please let me know!Using a manual aperture lens. Manual lenses such as Rokinon, Samyang, a lot of older or vintage lenses will have a manual aperture, which means you have to twist a ring on the lens to set our aperture.Shooting wide open. Shooting at your widest…
This is only a snippet of a Time Lapse Photography Article written by Matthew Vandeputte
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