Millennium Bridge – Timelapse [Holy Grail]
I recently went to the Millennium Bridge in London to photograph the bridge with St. Paul’s Cathedral during sunset. I was inspired by Elia Locardi’s style of work and I wanted to see if I could produce an image similar to his style (Click Here to read more).
As Elia Locardi’s style of work requires a method called Time Blending, you are effectively photographing through various times of the day and another form a photography which requires being in one location like this is the ‘Holy Grail Timelapse’.
I have not yet perfected the ‘Holy Grail Timelapse’, but I have made a few attempts. Unfortunately I haven’t not found a good tutorial which shows you step-by-step from beginning to end, I have merely picked up a few nuggets of information from various sources. I think the main problem I am experiencing is the post-processing side, as I am simply doing this through Lightroom & Photoshop.
Minus the flickering at the end portion of the timelapse, I’m relatively happy with it and as soon as I perfect the post-processing, I will re-edit this timelapse.