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The wipeout in Nazare: Brazilian Maya Gabeira is doing OK!

The wipeout in Nazare: Brazilian Maya Gabeira is doing OK!

 

Maya Gabeira suffered a nasty wipeout in today’s massive swell, during tow-in surfing with the best of them – she has released a statement on her facebook page telling her fans that she is doing OK! She was lucky to get away with a broken ankle and some major bruises. Superstoked surfing magazine wishes her a speedy recovery!

 

Official statement – Maya Gabeira:

“Obrigada pelo carinho de sempre!!!! Um tornozelo quebrado, mas nada a mais!!!! Me recuperando bem… Continuem torcendo por favor. Logo mais estou de volta! Obrigada @carlosburle @pedroscooby @felipecesarano e @redbull #redbull voces formam o melhoe time do mundo! my dear friends, a broken ankle. Nothing more… Some salt water, but you know! I just need some prayer for a speedy recovery!!! Love u all… … #sometimeswegottataketherisk

 

Maya Gabeira
Maya Gabeira

 

Photo: Maya Gabeira – Facebook page

Watch Nazare, Portugal tow-in LIVE – right now!

The massive swell that is currently pounding Nazare, Portugal, might give us a new BIGGEST WAVE RIDDEN record. Get your popcorn and watch it right now.

Nazare, Portugal going off right now - Photo Bruno Novoa. 28.10.2013
Nazare, Portugal going off right now – Photo Bruno Novoa. 28.10.2013

LIVE STREAM LINK:

– SEE THE MOVIE “NAZARE – BLOW UP” FEATURING THE BEST OF TODAY’S ACTION! Click image below or link to watch now.

 

Nazare. Photo: Helio Valentim
Nazare. Photo from “BLOW UP” by Helio Valentim

 

 

On Moroccan trails – with Yassin Belqber and Chris Mather

Words and photos: Chris Mather – Fadephotography.net

Over the years I have traveled, I’ve been fortunate enough to meet many wonderful people, from smart and sophisticated or maybe a little eccentric to bright and colourful and everything in between.

 

On first arriving in Morocco on the 4th September 2012, I met another one of these people who, I now have the privilege to call my friend.

 

His name is Yassin Belqber.

Yassin Belqber
Yassin Belqber
Overall he’s a little quieter than some of his companions, his mind seems to be on other things, nearly all of the time but, once in the water you realise what it was, you realise where his mind had been. It had and probably always will be, paddling around the line up, taking wave after wave, effortlessly picking them apart and pushing himself to drive harder through his turns and explode bigger through the lip.

 

Yes this young man, certainly can surf.

 

A pleasure he is to watch. Which I know we can all say when talking about the greats within surfing. Kelly, Parko, Mick, or the freestyle exquisiteness of Machado or Rastovich.

 

But I’ve not seen many guys or girls with my own eyes, which I’d freely say this about.

 

So after spending much of this last year discovering who Yassin is, through hanging out, or travelling the length of his country, to watch him compete in the Moroccan National Competitions, I’ve realised that this young man, is not only a great surfer but a great person and friend. So we decided to share a little about him with you.

 

Anchors - Bottom turn. Photo: Chris Mather
Anchors – Bottom turn. Photo: Chris Mather

 

 

Chris: So we know your name is Yassin Belqber, what about where you were born?

Yassin: I was born here, in Taghazout. At Anchor’s, that was where I grew up.

 

Chris: Anchor point, umm. Well that explains a lot. You definitely can’t get more local to a surf spot than that. And you’ve recently turned 20?

Yassin: Yea I’ve just turned 20, on the 18th July.

 

Chris: Ok so about your surfing, let’s find out a little more about that. What’s your stance?

Yassin: I’m regular, it’s better for Morocco, most of our waves are rights. But I enjoy surfing my backhand, when I can.

 

Yassin
Yassin – Charging.

 

Chris: Yea I’m a goofy footer, definitely the wrong country for me. What about your favourite board, or what are you riding now?

Yassin: I’m riding a JP at the moment, I’ve had a couple and they’re nice. I’m looking forward to the winter as I think it will go well in bigger waves. This summer has been hard, especially at the comps. We’ve had some small conditions and it has felt a bit heavy, kind of needed another one a bit smaller.

 

Chris: Oh to have a pro’s quiver. You sure it’s the board that’s too heavy. I saw you devour all those donuts up in Mehdia.

Yassin: Haha (with his typical big smile)

 

 

Chris: All right back to surfing. Being born at Anchor point, which has to be one of Morocco’s most famous waves, what is your favourite spot?

Yassin: I really love Anchor’s and have always surfed it, but my favourite is Killer’s.

 

Chris: What about outside of Morocco, where’s the first spot you want to go to?

Yassin: Desert point in Indo, I’ve seen it on so many movies and it looks sick. I’d also really like to surf La Gravier in France. Although I’d be happy to surf anywhere in the world, there are so many great waves I want to visit.

 

Scouting the waves is essential.
Scouting the waves is essential.

 

Chris: A couple of great spots. So apart from the desire to travel the world surfing the best waves on offer, what is the best thing about surfing?

Yassin: Umm, it’s just fun. Wherever you surf it is fun.

 

Chris: Very true and the only reason to surf in my mind is because you enjoy it. Living here in Morocco, what would you say is the best thing about it?

Yassin: The waves, definitely the waves. You get some real big swells during the winter and I like surfing bigger stuff. That and you can get some really long rides here.

 

Chris: Yea last winter was pretty epic, I’m happy sticking to taking pictures when it gets too big. How about this next year, where do you want to be in a year from now?

Yassin: I’d love to be surfing contest in Europe. Hopefully I can make the Moroccan National team, and then I might get the chance. They help out and take you over to some of the comps.

 

Yassin - Off the lip 9 sequence.
Yassin – Off the lip 9 sequence.

 

Chris: Yes this would be an incredible opportunity and experience, so who is your inspiration, who do you, aspire to be like?

Yassin: Dane Reynolds, I’d love to be able to travel and surf. He has such a great style.

 

Chris: So Dane’s your favourite surfer?

Yassin: Yea him and Kelly

 

Chris: And what about your personal greatest moment, we’ve all heard Kelly talk about the 10th title, what’s yours?

Yassin: I won a regional competition down in Sidi Ifni about 3 years ago. It was one of my first big competitions. That was a great day. I hope I can do it again soon.

 

 

Superstoked sayings.
Superstoked sayings.

 

Chris: I’m sure it won’t be long until you win a lot more competitions. Going away from surfing, what would you be doing if you weren’t surfing?

Yassin: I’d probably be a fisherman, my dad was one and I used to help out a little when I was younger.

 

Chris: Do you still fish much now?

Yassin: Yea, quite a bit. Especially during the summer when there aren’t any waves.

 

Chris: Apart from surfing, what are your interests?

Yassin: Well fishing, or swimming I guess. Anything that means I am near the water. Also I like to hang out with my friends. After surfing.

 

Yassin: No worries and yea I’m looking forward to the waves coming.

 

Born with salt water in his veins and sand in his hair, a great guy with a positive attitude. Surfing really is all he thinks about.

 

Anchors.
Anchors.

 

Yassin wanted me to thank a couple of people, who have helped him out with his surfing. His good friend Rachid, of Africa Spirit surf shop, who has been helping out with support and equipment since he was a boy and the guys at Surf Maroc who have helped with boards and work over the years.

 

Obviously there are many others who have helped in many ways, too many to list here but they all know that any help has been greatly appreciated.

 

The next step for Yassin is to get the opportunity to surf in the bigger competitions that Europe has to offer, putting himself up against better surfers and gaining valuable experience on new waves. To get there though is tough. With the recent news that Raoni Monteiro, is struggling to afford staying on the World Tour without a major sponsor, it asks the question, how is a young man with such talent allowed to fall out of the spotlight.

 

As for Yassin, he to has a number of challenges ahead, finances being a major part of any young athletes life but he seems set on giving it everything he’s got, and I for one wish him all the best and hope to see him effortlessly picking apart waves on the big scene, one day in the future.

 

Words and photos: Chris Mather – Fadephotography.net

 

 

Surfers Lodge Peniche – The complete surfing experience

Surfers Lodge Peniche offers a new take on surf accommodation; with high quality rooms, a built-in restaurant which serves ecological food, Morrocan roof terrace with a pool & jacussi, a DJ-set for those afterbeach sessions and a personally tailored surfing programme for each guest.

 

These all combine to ensure that the visitors of Surfers Lodge Peniche gets the full surfing experience, not just a bed for the night.

 

This was also the dream of its founder, John Malmqvist, who we were lucky to exchange some words with amidst his busy schedule. Ps – Surfers Lodge Peniche is now open for bookings.

 

Wholesome, ecological food.
Wholesome, ecological food. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

 

Hi John! Please tell us how surfers lodge came into existence. What triggered you to act on this magnificent idea?

JM: Well, the surfers lodge idea started about 4 years ago. I saw that there were a lot of people going to surf camps and that most of them offer the same product. This is shared rooms in often poor conditions. I saw that there is a market segment that demands higher standard than what on offer. Therefore I decided to start the project. We focus on quality in every aspect of the lodge. We have really comfortable beds and linen of highest class. The restaurant serves ecological food made by top chefs from Sweden and Portugal. We guarantee the best food in the area. Our surf classes are small and we set individual goals for each student. If they return to the lodge we know what they have learned before and can continue the teaching from there.

 

Surfers Lodge Peniche
Surfers Lodge Peniche, Portugal. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

 

For a person who has never been to peniche, how would you describe the vibe and the general feeling of the area?

JM: Peniche is very laid back. Over the recent years it has transformed from a sleeping fishing village to the surf mecca of Europe. Every year, in october, the word cup of surfing is coming to peniche. This event is very well visited and considered one of the best stops of the year. You have some restaurants that serves the best fish you have ever had.

 

Good vibes at Surfers Lodge Peniche.
Good vibes at Surfers Lodge Peniche. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

What is your favourite part of the lodge?

JM: My favourite part is the morroccan roof terrace. We have a pool and jacuzzi there, as well as a bar. Here we will have afterbeach parties with live bands and djs. I am a Dj myself so I have invested in a really good sound system. The place is going to pump between 4 and 10 every day.

 

That sounds amazing! Tell us a bit of the surfers lodge crew. where did you find your dream team?

JM: I have hand picked people that i feel are best for all positions. Our chefs have worked in some of the best restaurants in sweden. The waitresses are friendly and the surf instructors very professional. Most of them have a physical education background.

 

Moroccan roof terrace & Jacussi.
Moroccan roof terrace & Jacussi. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

 

How has the process of seeing the blueprints manifest as something physical been. Must have been quite a feeling?

JM: It has been amazing. We started this project three years ago with hand drawn sketches of how we wanted it to be. Looking back at them we now see that the finished product is very similar to the the reality. There are lots of things that can go wrong during construction, but with persistence the end result will always be great.

 

Stylish interior. Photo: Joao Rosado
Stylish interior. Photo: Joao Rosado
The Beatles bedroom. Photo: Joao Rosado
The Beatles bedroom. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

Please tell us a bit about the surf spots in the area.

JM: Peniche has something for everyone. You have lots of forgiving beach breaks for beginners. On the other hand you also have supertubos, which is one of the heaviest waves in Europe. Since peniche is located on a peninsula you always find a place to surf with off shore winds.

 

Supertubos - One of the local breaks.
Supertubos – One of the local breaks.

 

Where can people find out more information about the lodge, and how indulge themselves in this complete surf experienc?

JM: You can visit our website surferslodgepeniche.com or on Facebook: facebook.com/surferslodgepeniche

 

The founder himself - John Malmqvist. Looking stoked as ever. Photo: Joao Rosado
The founder himself – John Malmqvist. Looking stoked as ever. Photo: Joao Rosado

 

Congratulations to Surfers Lodge Peniche with their grand opening! It looks absolutely amazing!

 

Photos credits: João Manuel Ribeiro Rosado & Surfers Lodge Peniche

 

 

How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i – instructions and settings.

How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i – instructions and settings.

This is a how to instructions guide for making timelapse photography with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i. Hence the title, how to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i.

Timelapse photography allows us to see processes that would normally appear very subtle to the human eye, but when captured, enables us to see that process much more pronounced – such as a beautiful sunset, a blossoming flower, or melting ice. Below is an example, capturing the sunset in Norway. If you would like to try a timelapse, please read on – it is very easy to do, and very impressive! – Nicole Lisa Photography





How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i – Example:


Timelapse Settings: 15 sec intervals / 1403 pictures (using a aputure timer)
Edited in Adobe Premiere.

Music: Morcheeba – Public Displays of Affection

 

– Keen to try it out yourself? You will need:

 

A CAMERA TIMER REMOTE CONTROL:

Aputure Timer Camera Remote Control Shutter Cable 1C, for Canon EOS Rebel XT, XTi, XSi, T1, T1i, T2i, T3, T3i, T4i, T5i, SL1, D60, D70, Powershot G10, G11, G12, G1X, Replaces Canon RS 60-E3
– This will allow you to set preferred intervals, which will automatically take pictures – allowing you to create the perfect timelapse.

 

A TRIPOD:

Vista Explorer 60-Inch Lightweight Tripod with Tripod Bag
– Stability is king when it comes to creating timelapses, even the smallest gust of wind will ruin your timelapse. This tripod is very stable, and is very easy to use – making a timelapse look professional.

 

A camera:

Canon Digital Rebel XT 8MP Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 Lens (Black)
– The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT is an exceptionally small and lightweight camera designed for fresh digital SLR photographers

 

ACCESSORIES – CANON REBEL CAMERA BAG:


Canon SLR Gadget Bag For EOS or Rebel Cameras – This is the official Canon camera bag for EOS and Rebel cameras. It is water-repellent, holds multiple handy pockets and adjustable dividers for organizing camera accessories. Plus it has a tripod strap, which lets you carry your tripod in a smart way. Click on the image or here to learn more about this camera bag.

 

ACCESSORIES – HIGH CAPACITY MEMORY CARD:

Transcend 64 GB High Speed Memory Card: To do long-lasting timelapses you need a high speed, high capacity memory card. This will ensure that your camera does not run out of memory at that crucial time – ruining your whole timelapse. Believe me, it happens… and it is incredibly annoying. Personally, I use this memory card, but there are many others that will do the trick. Click on the image or here to learn more about this type of memory card and to see other models.

 

What do you need to make a timelapse

These days all high-quality tv-programmes and documentaries are riddled with amazing timelapse photography. This article and how to guide lets you understand just how they do it – and even teaches you how to have a go at it yourself. Here is a description of the items you will need to create your own timelapse.

 

1. A DSLR camera

2. A timer device (available from the link above, for your make of camera). My camera is a Canon EOS Rebel T3i, and so I use the timer displayed above, which works perfectly and is very easy to use)

Alternatively; you can use the software CD that came with your camera, which usually has timing software on it. However, this mean you always need to have a laptop with you, as opposed to the timer, which you can take anywhere.

3. A tripod (available from the link above). It is very important to keep the camera completely still throughout the timelapse, any movement of the camera will effectively ruin the timelapse, you will see an example of this later)

4. A good location: choose a location where changes in the environment are occuring – this can be places where there are many people, a sunset/sunrise, changing tides, moving clouds etc)

How to set up your camera

  • Once you have chosen a suitable location, mount your camera on the tripod (or a stable area).
  • Auto focus on the image you will be taking. Once you have achieved focus, turn off autofocus if you are timelapsing a landscape, or a low light picture. This will save battery on your camera, and prevent shots from not being taken (due to failure of autofocus). However, if you are doing a timelapse of people it is best to leave autofocus on, as your camera will always have something to focus on.
  • For changing light conditions: use AV mode (or shutter priority), as your camera will automatically adjust to the changing light – such as in sunset timelapses.
  • Make sure your camera is not set to auto white balance, as this can create flickering.
  • To save battery – you can also turn of “image review” on your camera

Setting the timer

You will notice once you have your timer (or any timer) that there are four main settings:

  1. Delay – This is the delay between each shot. You can leave this at 0, unless you have a long shutter speed (night photography)
  2. Long – This is for the shutter speed, for example if you are doing a time-lapse of the stars, and you need a shutter speed longer than 30 seconds.
  3. Interval – This is how often you would like to take a picture, for a fast changing environment (sunset), a good starting point is every 15 seconds.
  4. number of shots – this is as it says – for the number of pictures you would like to take. You can set this, but it is easier to leave the setting at (—-). This will mean the camera will just carry on taking pictures until another limiting factor means no more pictures can be taken; expired battery or unavailable space on the memory card.
Timelapse of the stars, with the pictures put together in a so-called starlapse:
Starlapse
Starlapse

General Tips

  • Shutter Speeds: pick a shutter speed which best suits the environment you are timelapsing, for example if you are timelapsing the stars, you will need a long exposure, to capture as much light as possible
  • Interval Times: For a fast changing enviroment, it is best to use minimal interval times, such as 15 seconds (sunrise/sunset). For a slow enviroment (timelapsing the construction of a building) you can use much greater interval times (perhaps 1 shot every 20 minutes)
  • Battery Power: Once you start timelapsing, you will find that your battery will last longer if you are shooting with quick shutter speeds, as opposed to those with long exposures. You can purchase an extra battery for your camera, but it may be hard to change the battery whilst not moving the tripod. A much better option for longer timelapses, is using an AC power adapter for your camera (available from amazon). One battery should last about 6 hours on an interval of 15 seconds, in daylight.
  • Image Settings: Set your camera to shoot in JPG, rather than RAW, as processing of each image will take much longer with RAW shooting (and use up the battery much quicker)

 

The most important aspect to time-lapse photography is the stability of the camera. Do not allow the camera to move at all.





ENJOY!

 

A inspirational timelapse compilation:


– Article – How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i – instructions and settings – provided by Nicole Lisa Photography for Superstoked Surfing Magazine. Mahalo, Nicole!

/// Facebook page: Nicole Lisa Photography

/// Official website: NicoleLisaPhotography.com

 

Timelapse tutorials for other CANON models:

 

FAQ:

– How to do a Canon rebel t3i time lapse?

– How to make a Canon EOS rebel t3i time lapse?

How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 – instructions and settings.

How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 – instructions and settings.

This is a how to instructions guide for making timelapse photography with a Canon EOS Rebel T3.

Timelapse photography allows us to see processes that would normally appear very subtle to the human eye, but when captured, enables us to see that process much more pronounced – such as a beautiful sunset, a blossoming flower, or melting ice. Below is an example, capturing the sunset in Norway. If you would like to try a timelapse, please read on – it is very easy to do, and very impressive! – Nicole Lisa Photography





How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 – Example:


Timelapse Settings: 15 sec intervals / 1403 pictures (using a aputure timer)
Edited in Adobe Premiere.

Music: Morcheeba – Public Displays of Affection

 

– Keen to try it out yourself? You will need:

 

A CAMERA TIMER REMOTE CONTROL:

Aputure Timer Camera Remote Control Shutter Cable 1C, for Canon EOS Rebel XT, XTi, XSi, T1, T1i, T2i, T3, T3i, T4i, T5i, SL1, D60, D70, Powershot G10, G11, G12, G1X, Replaces Canon RS 60-E3
– This will allow you to set preferred intervals, which will automatically take pictures – allowing you to create the perfect timelapse.

 

A TRIPOD:

Vista Explorer 60-Inch Lightweight Tripod with Tripod Bag
– Stability is king when it comes to creating timelapses, even the smallest gust of wind will ruin your timelapse. This tripod is very stable, and is very easy to use – making a timelapse look professional.

 

A camera:

Canon Digital Rebel XT 8MP Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 Lens (Black)
– The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT is an exceptionally small and lightweight camera designed for fresh digital SLR photographers

 

ACCESSORIES – CANON REBEL CAMERA BAG:


Canon SLR Gadget Bag For EOS or Rebel Cameras – This is the official Canon camera bag for EOS and Rebel cameras. It is water-repellent, holds multiple handy pockets and adjustable dividers for organizing camera accessories. Plus it has a tripod strap, which lets you carry your tripod in a smart way. Click on the image or here to learn more about this camera bag.

 

ACCESSORIES – HIGH CAPACITY MEMORY CARD:

Transcend 64 GB High Speed Memory Card: To do long-lasting timelapses you need a high speed, high capacity memory card. This will ensure that your camera does not run out of memory at that crucial time – ruining your whole timelapse. Believe me, it happens… and it is incredibly annoying. Personally, I use this memory card, but there are many others that will do the trick. Click on the image or here to learn more about this type of memory card and to see other models.

 

What do you need to make a timelapse

These days all high-quality tv-programmes and documentaries are riddled with amazing timelapse photography. This article and how to guide lets you understand just how they do it – and even teaches you how to have a go at it yourself. Here is a description of the items you will need to create your own timelapse.

 

1. A DSLR camera

2. A timer device (available from the link above, for your make of camera). My camera is a Canon EOS Rebel T3, and so I use the timer displayed above, which works perfectly and is very easy to use)

Alternatively; you can use the software CD that came with your camera, which usually has timing software on it. However, this mean you always need to have a laptop with you, as opposed to the timer, which you can take anywhere.

3. A tripod (available from the link above). It is very important to keep the camera completely still throughout the timelapse, any movement of the camera will effectively ruin the timelapse, you will see an example of this later)

4. A good location: choose a location where changes in the environment are occuring – this can be places where there are many people, a sunset/sunrise, changing tides, moving clouds etc)

How to set up your camera

  • Once you have chosen a suitable location, mount your camera on the tripod (or a stable area).
  • Auto focus on the image you will be taking. Once you have achieved focus, turn off autofocus if you are timelapsing a landscape, or a low light picture. This will save battery on your camera, and prevent shots from not being taken (due to failure of autofocus). However, if you are doing a timelapse of people it is best to leave autofocus on, as your camera will always have something to focus on.
  • For changing light conditions: use AV mode (or shutter priority), as your camera will automatically adjust to the changing light – such as in sunset timelapses.
  • Make sure your camera is not set to auto white balance, as this can create flickering.
  • To save battery – you can also turn of “image review” on your camera

Setting the timer

You will notice once you have your timer (or any timer) that there are four main settings:

  1. Delay – This is the delay between each shot. You can leave this at 0, unless you have a long shutter speed (night photography)
  2. Long – This is for the shutter speed, for example if you are doing a time-lapse of the stars, and you need a shutter speed longer than 30 seconds.
  3. Interval – This is how often you would like to take a picture, for a fast changing environment (sunset), a good starting point is every 15 seconds.
  4. number of shots – this is as it says – for the number of pictures you would like to take. You can set this, but it is easier to leave the setting at (—-). This will mean the camera will just carry on taking pictures until another limiting factor means no more pictures can be taken; expired battery or unavailable space on the memory card.
Timelapse of the stars, with the pictures put together in a so-called starlapse:
Starlapse
Starlapse

General Tips

  • Shutter Speeds: pick a shutter speed which best suits the environment you are timelapsing, for example if you are timelapsing the stars, you will need a long exposure, to capture as much light as possible
  • Interval Times: For a fast changing enviroment, it is best to use minimal interval times, such as 15 seconds (sunrise/sunset). For a slow enviroment (timelapsing the construction of a building) you can use much greater interval times (perhaps 1 shot every 20 minutes)
  • Battery Power: Once you start timelapsing, you will find that your battery will last longer if you are shooting with quick shutter speeds, as opposed to those with long exposures. You can purchase an extra battery for your camera, but it may be hard to change the battery whilst not moving the tripod. A much better option for longer timelapses, is using an AC power adapter for your camera (available from amazon). One battery should last about 6 hours on an interval of 15 seconds, in daylight.
  • Image Settings: Set your camera to shoot in JPG, rather than RAW, as processing of each image will take much longer with RAW shooting (and use up the battery much quicker)

 

The most important aspect to time-lapse photography is the stability of the camera. Do not allow the camera to move at all.





ENJOY!

 

A inspirational timelapse compilation:


– Article – How to do a time lapse with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 – instructions and settings – provided by Nicole Lisa Photography for Superstoked Surfing Magazine. Mahalo, Nicole!

/// Facebook page: Nicole Lisa Photography

/// Official website: NicoleLisaPhotography.com

 

FAQ

Q: How to make a timelapse video with Rebel T3?
A: This article should have given you the basics, but post-production is a different thing. You’ll need a video creator, like Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 or similar, this program allows you to put all the photos together creating a video.

 

 

Timelapse tutorials for other CANON models: