Here’s a quick video of the Lyrid Meteor shower. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to capture it at its peak, but I don’t think it would’ve mattered much given the amount of light pollution in the area where I live. The time lapse is composed of over 900 images taken over roughly 6 hours. I started off in manual mode with a 20 second exposure and 25 second interval (5 sec between shots). For the “Holy Grail” transition from night to day, I switched to Aperture priority mode and allowed the shutter speed to float as necessary. Post processing was done in Adobe Lightroom using LRTimeLapse.