As the last time lapse was such a hit I decided to shoot another one last night while visiting one of my friends....
I set my Canon 5d Mk 2 with an 'L' series 24/105 F4 zoom lens, though 'only' F4 this lens truly is the 'get out of jail free' card of lenses
This versatile zoom is unfarly ranked as a 'kit' lens but it is VERY sharp and it is one of the 3 standard lenses which I go out the door with along with the 'L' series 35mm F1.4 and, you guessed it, the 'L' series 85mm F1.2
London Docklands Timelapse from drew gardner on Vimeo.
Triggered with a Canon TC-80N3, shooting a shot every 5 seconds
Left the whole rig running on my amazing Gitzo 5561SGT tripod, with its Manfrotto 405 Head.
This tripod is indespensible if you are working on a ladder or need maximum stability, even though you will see a couple of 'bumps' in the sequence, it was soooooooooooo windy, perhaps I should have sand bagged it?
I put the whole thing together in Final Cut Pro, though my friend Alex Ray of 'The Flash Centre' tells me that good easy way of doing it is in Quicktime 7, I will be trying this out next week and will let you know how I get on
Anyway off to watch the England match.....
BTW I can't quite work why the 10 'dead' seconds are on the time lapse at the start. It is only 50 seconds long but when uploaded it mysteriously becomes 60 seconds, any suggestions?