Timelapse

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A cinematography technique where the camera is set to capture one frame at a time with a relatively large interval between captures. When played back at normal speed, the event appears to be occurring much faster than it would in real life. This is useful for long-lasting events such as flowers growing or clouds moving across the sky.

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