Reducing Flicker for Stop-Motion Animation And Time-Lapse Photography
This is a guest post entitled Reducing Flicker for Stop-Motion Animation And Time-Lapse Photography that I wrote for Todd Kopriva’s official After Effects blog at Adobe this summer. It addresses the following FAQ on the Adobe Forums:
There are many causes of flicker, including–but not limited to–auto camera settings, the type of lens used, high aperture settings, fast shutter speeds, Av stepping, Tv stepping, natural lighting changes, incandescent and fluorescent lighting, fluctuating electricity, clothing worn while animating, and the materials that are being photographed.
See this detailed document for details about reducing and preventing flicker for stop-motion animation and time-lapse photography.