GoPro Timelapse bike ride

Since buying a GoPro camera, I’ve been aware that it can take timelapse shots but so far hadn’t got around to trying it out – until now.

For this film, I set the camera to take a photo every 2 seconds, and the movie shows 25 frames per second. So each second of film represents 50 seconds of real time.
It might be worth setting a faster frequency for a smoother, less frantic result, but I quite like it.

The route I took was as follows:

And here is the movie:

If anyone is interested in knowing how to make a timelapse movie like this, leave a comment and if there’s some interest I’ll make a quick tutorial video.

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Comments

    • Alan says

      I think it would work well interspersed with ‘normal’ footage too. Ideally it would be great to have several cameras as well, one facing forward, one facing the rear, etc.
      Have fun!

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