Capturing the transition between day and night as a time lapse can be a complex process that requires constantly changing settings to create a smooth flicker-free end result. I use qDSLR Dashboard to capture the images and LRTimelapse to process the time lapse.
You've probably seen those cool panoramic images in Facebook where you can not only drag to explore the image, but even tilt and pan your phone to do it. Neat! I really wanted to add a panoramic photo I'd created in Lightroom to Facebook, but it didn't work. It turns out, there's a few things you have to do… and the path to figuring that out was a looooong one.
When considering various photography apps and services, it’s easy to put a strong emphasis on all things digital – editing, management, sharing, and publication. Often, this comes at the expense of more traditional print-based services, and this is unsurprising given how the digital medium has transformed over the past decade.
Do you like to travel? Of course you do. Do you like to take pictures when you travel? Of course you do! Do you spend the time before you go to research the best locations for photos, what equipment you should or shouldn’t bring, plan how long it’ll take between locations to maximize your opportunities on the ground, and just ensure you won’t miss anything epic while there? Of course you… oh.