On Sunday 6th January, I decided to make a trip to the hills near where I live to try out a technique which I've been researching for the last few months called time-lapses!
It's a technique that I've been very interested to explore for many years but didn't have the right equipment for it. Since owning the Sony A7III with the Tamron 28-75mm lens, I've been very ambitious to try new techniques.
I shot this time-lapse at around 3 pm; however, it was cut short due to increasing low-temperature, but I plan to return in the spring/summer to do more time-lapses and improve my skills.
There is so much I still need to learn, like how to set the camera in the correct setting to do a day for night sequences and avoid the lapses speeding up towards the end.
I am very pleased with my first time-lapse and how it turned out. There is lot I want to explore using this technique and I hope over the course of this year I'll be able to do that.
Here is the video for you to check out, please watch in 4K.
Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD
Tiffen 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter
Benro TSL08CN00 Slim Carbon-Fibre Tripod
Neewer LCD Digital Timer Intervalometer Controller.