Time-Lapse Tutorial with Nikon D5200

In this video I show you how to do Time-Lapse on a Nikon D5200. 

Check out my previous tutorial on Time_lapse here and see how I do post processing and combining the files to make the TL video. https://youtu.be/rcC0fpQ4wRA

Gear Used:
Nikon D5200: http://amzn.to/1SNEreD
Nikon 24-70mm F2.8: http://amzn.to/1JEnVbS
Sony A5000: http://amzn.to/1Kqj57L
Sony ECM-AW4: http://amzn.to/1SGTV40

Time-Lapse Tutorial with Nikon D800

This is my first attempt at making a Tutorial. I can imagine it only gets easier from here lol. ANYWAY this is a Time-Lapse Tutorial I made with the Nikon D800. I have another one on the way I did at the same time with my D5200. I REALLY want to know what you guys think of it and let me know what you think I could do to improve the videos.

Like anything else, practice makes perfect. SO I will keep making videos and you guys let me know what you think.

Coming out tomorrow!

Ok so my first try at making a Tutorial comes out on YouTube tomorrow. It's a Time-Lapse Tutorial I shot to teach people who want to get into time-lapse a starting point. It goes from how I set the camera up to the gear you will need to how I post processes the images.

I also shot one with my D5200 to show another way you can make a time-lapse with the build in timer. That one will be coming out Wednesday. 

I am looking to make more soon too like, long exposure, landscape, more gear reviews, and others. If you have a suggestion on a video you would like to see me make please let me know.  

Trying something new.

My time-lapse set up

My time-lapse set up

So I am out today doing something new. I'm working on a beginner tutorial on time-lapse photography. I hope to have it out in the next day or two then on to another one. Any suggestions on what you want to see next? Leave your ideas below.


Sony A5000 Time-Lapse Test on Fish Tank Cleaning

Testing out the time-lapse app on the Sony A5000 camera. I had to clean and change one of my fish tanks so I decided to see how the Sony A5000's time-lapse app would handle it. It came out pretty good I think. Now for a real trial outside and seeing how it handles the sunlight. I will be making a full review on the Sony A5000 in the future.

GoPro Hero4 Silver Night Lapse Test 2

This is the second test of the GoPro Hero4 Silver Editions Night-Lapse feature. Like in the first test there is still some flare from light sources. Also it has more grain in the picture compared to the other test. I'll have to try again and see if I can get it right on the third try.

GoPro Hero4 Silver: Amazon - Rent

GoPro Hero 4 Night Time Lapse Test

This video was a test go the night-lapse feature on the GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition. As you can see in the video not everything came out good, but it was not to bad for the first attempt. I'll have another video out soon with the second attempt at getting the night-lapse feature to work.

GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition: Amazon - Rent

Nikon D5200 Time-Lapse Test Decision

I just got my Nikon D5200 back from a friend that was borrowing it. I decided to take it out and shoot some time-lapse to see what the quality was like. I am trying to decide if I want to make this my time-lapse work horse to keep the shutter actuations down on my D800.

Take a look and let me know what you think. Thumbs Up to keep going with the D5200 or Thumbs Down to go with the D800. If you want to see a time-lapse from the D800 to compare let me know in the comments below.

Nikon D5200: Amazon - Rent

Nikon D800 : Amazon - Rent

Two Day Time-Lapse

I decided to put my GoPro outside to try to catch the sunrise. I rigged it to an extension cord so it would have a constant power source so the battery would not die mid way through. It worked and when I got up decided to leave it out there for two days instead of just overnight.

The only issue was I ended up reading the app on my phone wrong and positioned it facing the wrong direction. Otherwise it worked and the GoPro lasted and could have gone longer if I wanted it too. I had it set for one shot every 10 seconds for the total of 16,931 pictures.

(sorry for the long video, I'll cut any more long ones down in the future)

Shot with:
GoPro Hero3 White Edition