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Discovering composite interval
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Posted By: screamiky, 11-09-2014, 05:52 AM

Hi all, this is my first photo that I post here. The other day there was an amazing sky and I set up my K-3 for a timelapse of nearly 300 hundred RAWs, but surprisingly at the end of the shoot when I looked at the display of my dslr every photo looked nearly identical to one another except for the first 20 or so pictures. I thought that something was wrong with my setup and as soon as I checked I noticed that by accident I put my camera on "interval composite mode", which until then I didn't even try it Well, even though it wasn't planned, in the end I'm pretty happy with the result.
I think I'll experiment more with this mode.

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11-09-2014, 06:56 AM   #2
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A happy accident. Nice result.
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great shot. sometimes the best things happen by accident
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great shot. sometimes the best things happen by accident
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A happy accident. Nice result.
Thank you both for stopping by and having a look at the photo. I agree, a happy mistake

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Well at least you've got this great capture. I like the clouds... always been a sucker for skies!
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Yeah, me too. When there are some clouds in the sky, I'm always looking forward for the sunset. The colours are always amazing.
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QuoteOriginally posted by screamiky Quote
Hi all, this is my first photo that I post here. The other day there was an amazing sky and I set up my K-3 for a timelapse of nearly 300 hundred RAWs, but surprisingly at the end of the shoot when I looked at the display of my dslr every photo looked nearly identical to one another except for the first 20 or so pictures. I thought that something was wrong with my setup and as soon as I checked I noticed that by accident I put my camera on "interval composite mode", which until then I didn't even try it Well, even though it wasn't planned, in the end I'm pretty happy with the result.
I think I'll experiment more with this mode.
awesome colours! really good one!
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