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    I shot this with my little G12. It's 112 degrees here today.


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    Hi Michael, only 108 here! Dry heat, don'tcha know... This is really cool (haha) and I'm not sure if it's a video, a collection of still images, or something else. I think it should be moved to the video forum but not sure, going to check with the higher-ups...
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    We get the humidity and heat here but they say it's going to break soon.

    It's a collection of stills shot at 1 frame every 2 seconds then assembled into a time lapse in lightroom

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    What was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anita Bower View Post
    What was it?
    The link is still there Anita. It was a time lapse of melting ice. It took about 15 minutes and was shot 1 frame every two seconds.

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    Michael, Very interesting, thank you for sharing it.

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    Thanks Denise. I've done a few other things with time lapse but I'm just now getting into it and I've got a long way to go. Video is intriguing but still photography is where my heart is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Lloyd View Post
    The link is still there Anita. It was a time lapse of melting ice. It took about 15 minutes and was shot 1 frame every two seconds.
    I did look at the video, just didn't know what was melting. What patience and persistence on your part to do this.!! Hope temps have cooled.

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    Michael,

    That is great! And yes time lapse counts. Just think of it as slow motion video. Well done.

    Roger

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