And now, the technical side!
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So here it is, 10 months of my school's backyard. It doesn't look like it changed too much, and I'm a bit sad I didn't chose a different place, but when I realized that, it was too late to start again. So my tip is to search about the place before starting, try to see what kind of landscape you have at your disposal, light positions and interesting ways to frame your shots. Decide carefully about the light, because you should take the photos around the same hour every day. In my videos I only captured from Monday's to Friday's and some days I forgot to get them. I took around 12 o'clock. Remember: you must have at least 24 or 25 pictures to make 1 second. The more you take the longer your time-lapse will be!
Check my other time-lapse videos in this playlist!
Did you make any cool time-lapses using Blender? Or even if not, feel free to share your projects in the comments below, I would like to see them, and if they're cool, share them! Bye, and as always follow me on Twitter @ProducoesPedroG , I'm always looking for cool stuff over there. See ya later!