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My son did one a few years back of the tide coming in at Tenedos Bay in Desolation Sound. I don't know if you could call it a good way though. Just strung the photos along to change at the same interval.

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Depends on your edit system- for time lapse, I've used Sony Vegas. I took pictures on my Canon 40D with an intervalometer. I took all the pictures, imported them into Vegas and then dropped them into the timeline. By default (this is something you can change) images get a set duration. So, you render the timeline as is, then save as a quicktime. You then import that quicktime and drop it into a new timeline. Take that video by the end and pull it toward the beginning as far as your program will allow. Render, then repeat the process until it is to your liking. I believe Final Cut operates in a similar fashion.
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