While taking he long exposure photography I decided to test out the intervulometer by taking a timelapse photo. In order to do this I’d have to station the camera on a tripod in a very stable spot to prevent any form of movement. I then changed the camera setting to manual mode and adjusted the aperture to f/22 and shutter speed of 2 second. This was because I wanted to try a long exposure/timelapse photography.
Below is the outcome of my experiment:
I was very happy with outcome of the timelapse despite it being only a short footage. I was able to achieve my goal of making the timelapse look as though it’s been extremely fast forward as the ocean looks blurry and the clouds look smooth as they roll across the sky. Overall I feel the experiment turned out to be successful as I was able demonstrate my abilities with DSLR in order to create this unique style of timelapse.