Was that a top secret military aircraft, or a classified satellite or a meteor burning through the atmosphere in your time-lapse? We show you how to tell the difference. Satellite database: https://www.heavens-above.com/ Aircraft database: https://flightaware.com/ Report a meteor: https://www.amsmeteors.orgRead More
How to Calculate the Field of View (FOV) for Any Lens.
In this Skylapser video, we show you how to calculate the Field of View (FOV) for any lens on any camera. For shooting panoramic or giga-pixel photos, it’s necessary to know both the horizontal and the vertical FOV for the particular lens that you are using. Most sites only show you the Diagonal FOV for […]Read More
Timelapse 101: RAW vs. JPEG Timelapse Workflow
In this Timelapse 101 episode we explain the difference between RAW and JPEG image formats and why you should always shoot your timelapses in RAW (except when you have to shoot in JPEG. We also demonstrate a time lapse workflow using Adobe Camera Raw and Panolapse softwares. For more timelapse tips, techniques and tutorials visit: […]Read More
Time-lapse 101: Using an Intervalometer
If you are doing time-lapse photography you need a timer or intervelometer. Using an external intervalometer allows any camera with a remote port to shoot time-lapses, even cameras with built-in intervalometers can benefit from the control offered by an external intervalometer. In this video Jay Shaffer explains how to use a simple remote intervalometer to […]Read More
Outside Magazine Shows You How to Take the Best Nighttime Photo of Your Life.
Taking nighttime photos and especially night time-lapse photos is hard. Outside Magazine asked outdoor photographer Andy Best to share his secrets of capturing beautiful Milky Way and star trail photos. You can read the full article here: How to Take the Best Nighttime Photo of Your Life.Read More