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  1. Hello, I was wondering if anyone has advice on how to simulate a night to day time lapse in camera. The scene is an overhead shot of a character lying in bed staring at the ceiling all night and into the morning. He is lit with a soft wash of blue moonlight. Then we see the transition to day. The effect of sun rising creates a moving hard light over his body. My thought is to just use a few LED's and fade from blue moonlight, to a soft, cool daylight mixed with a warm, hard sunlight. Maybe it's that simple I'd like to get that stop motion staccato effect too but I think it would have to be a post thing.. Thanks, Ben
  2. Good evening! I have been reading the forum for a couple of weeks now, and it seems like a great place with many knowledgeable users. Good thing I found it. Now, on to my issue. I am shooting a short film/commercial, and I shot a night-to-day lapse this morning. I shot it RAW, thankfully. What troubles me is that the light is changing so much during the shot, that from the second half, white balance is way off. I am editing the lapse in AFX, but right now, I am wondering what the best way to approach this would be. As I see, I have three options. I could split the lapse, and use different grading, which probably would be very noticeable in the end result. I could somehow use color correction to balance the colors, or I could change the white balance in Vegas when editing. The last option is the easiest, but wouldn't it be preferable to do it while I am editing in RAW? Maybe I am overthinking this, and there is an easy way all together. If this is misposted, please move it. Thanks.
  3. Hey friends, I have been working on this film for the last year, shooting all in 4K (Via Red Epic or time lapses from a Canon MKIII processed into 4k standard 3840x2160) Please take a look and let me know what you think: Watch in 4K Would love to hear your feedback. If you dig this project help us finish it by sharing this link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1503578410/secrets-of-the-west-a-4k-adventure Thanks all!! -James
  4. Two cloud time lapses I shot yesterday. Thoughts? I shot using a canon 600d, 18-135mm lens, magic lantern, 2 second intervals
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