DIY: Create a HDR time-lapsed movie

So far San Francisco based photographer Chad Richard is one of the very few who create time-lapsed HDR movies. He uses the new Nikon D700 that allows to take up to 8fps full frame images and post-processes / blend the frames into HDR images with Photomatix. Out of the about 1000 resulting HDR images he creates a 15-20 second long time-lapsed video with QuickTime.

Chad Richard has a detailed tutorial of the process on his blog (link below).

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More information:
Chad Richard’s HDR movie tutorial

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