Time-lapse flicker occurs when one frame or many frames appear to be under or over exposed in relation to the frames around it when we make our final video compilations. What we end up with is a strobing effects that really subtracts from the enjoyment of the time-lapse video.
Ahhh! It's the bane of many a time-lapse photographer, and it's why we are starting in full manual mode. What starts to look like a good time-lapse video is suddenly spattered with some images that look brighter or dimmer than the others making your film appear to "flicker" or "strobe" a few times a second. Let's learn how to minimize flicker.