how to – make an HDR timelapse

While I’ve been on the subject of tutorials, here’s one that I’ve found that is, to coin a phrase, picture perfect:

How to make an HDR timelapse

I found Chad Richard on Vimeo while researching the Canon 5dmarkii and HDR imagery.  Chad shot the above HDR timelapse with the Nikon D700 (if you want to check that camera out, too).

Wow, Chad’s a great find.  Here’s one reason:

Thanks for stopping by Chad, and thanks for publishing your process to create HDR timelapses.

You’ve inspired my imagination.  And I have a new reason to break out my trusty old Nikon 5700 Coolpix (RAW images & Auto Exposure Bracketing 3 or 5 frames within +2 EV, yay!).

proactively • grateful • peter

5 Responses to “how to – make an HDR timelapse”

  1. October 17, 2008 at 3:03 pm

    Thanks for the link. Great stuff Chad is doing. I do a lot of HDR imaging myself and his concept is extremely interesting. I especially like his most recent Vancouver diddy. Well done.
    Anyway, thanks again for the heads up on the link. I enjoyed the work.

  2. 2 psalvia
    October 18, 2008 at 10:38 pm

    Thanks for stopping by Louis!

    I’m trying to get up to speed quickly on HDR photography in general. Chad’s time lapse videos bridge the gap between HDR still photography and high definition video.

    Your Coney Island Wonder Wheel HDR photo is awesome. Inspiring stuff.

    proactively • peter

  3. October 20, 2008 at 11:26 am

    Thanks for the generous review of Wonder Wheel. I enjoy your site. Keep investigating and experimenting with hdr still work. You’ll find it extremely rewarding. It’s re-energized my work. If there’s any info I can help you with, re: in camera technique, post processing workflow, software, etc., don’t hesitate to let me know.
    Best regards,

  4. 4 psalvia
    October 20, 2008 at 12:51 pm

    You’re welcome Louis! I will certainly take you up on that offer once I start HDR’ing with my Nikon Coolpix 5700.

  5. 5 HDR seeker
    June 15, 2009 at 6:08 am

    You should deflick your videos to avoid light “flashes”.
    There are 2 flashes at the begining and 1 by the end of this one as well:

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