#2 You can see the overhead light with grid.
#3 I next added a Hensel 1000 watt integra head with a grid on the clock. The clock was to dark and I wanted to open it up so we could see the hands spinning with the time lapse.
#4 The head was up high giving the feel of candle light.
#5 The last light was a 500 watt integra head that we mounted on the Kessler shuttle pod in the background. It was aimed at the window to create a moon light in the scene. The head had a blue gel added to give the moon light feel.
#6 The light moved on the shuttle pod with a time lapse timer. This creates a moon light on the table that moves during the scene. It was fun to use the slider as a moving light source.
#7 You can see the head in the Back Ground through the window.
#8 We use a Tamron 18-270mm zoom lens. It has a great range and was plenty fast for what we shot here today.
#9 There you see the whole set up. Crazy Fun
In this video we look at creating Time-lapse using strobes as the light source. There are several problems that can cause time lapse to not work very well when using strobe equipment. This video looks at those problems and shows the solutions to creating good time-lapse using strobes as the light source. Its our first using the Tamron 18-270mm lens and we were very happy with the result. Keep on click'n! Jay P. Morgan