Day 154 - Woops
Yeah, I completely forgot to take a photo today. Too busy watching Glastonbury. So, very last minute photo. 
Shot details: Nikon D40, 195mm, f/8, 1/4000s, ISO 200, -0.3EV, Incandescent WB. Processed in Photoshop CC

Day 154 - Woops

Yeah, I completely forgot to take a photo today. Too busy watching Glastonbury. So, very last minute photo. 

Shot details: Nikon D40, 195mm, f/8, 1/4000s, ISO 200, -0.3EV, Incandescent WB. Processed in Photoshop CC

Day 150 - Two Hours
Ok. This is the last of this type of photography for a while. I still haven’t gotten it right yet. Day to night is especially hard. I will head off an research bulb ramping over the next few weeks. 

Day 150 - Two Hours

Ok. This is the last of this type of photography for a while. I still haven’t gotten it right yet. Day to night is especially hard. I will head off an research bulb ramping over the next few weeks. 

Day 149 - Three Hours
Continuing on from yesterday, I wanted to capture some more time-lapse in a single image. I set up the Timelapse+ to take a photo every minute for three hours. I would have loved to included every image but there is no way that my laptop could handle that many images at one. So I went with 47 images which works out at around every 4th image included or an image represents every four minutes.
I had started so use a circular mask but as I went along it seemed to change shape. I was using Select —>Modify —>Expand for those interested and who may know a solution. It was too late in the night to spend time on this problem. 
I have bought an SSD Drive and new RAM to upgrade my laptop so I should be able to tackle time-lapses more effectively in the near future. 

Day 149 - Three Hours

Continuing on from yesterday, I wanted to capture some more time-lapse in a single image. I set up the Timelapse+ to take a photo every minute for three hours. I would have loved to included every image but there is no way that my laptop could handle that many images at one. So I went with 47 images which works out at around every 4th image included or an image represents every four minutes.

I had started so use a circular mask but as I went along it seemed to change shape. I was using Select —>Modify —>Expand for those interested and who may know a solution. It was too late in the night to spend time on this problem. 

I have bought an SSD Drive and new RAM to upgrade my laptop so I should be able to tackle time-lapses more effectively in the near future.