It's "İstanbul not Constantinople..."
THat is more like it.. no foreground movement etc. If you had started shooting whent he counter reaches 10s, and let it run a bit longer this would be the absolutely perfect magic hour timelapse.Great viewpoint. Great view. Facing West. Detailed Sky. Lots of lights to come on as the light changes!Much more cinematic looking!Like a lot!
I really like the last video. A little bit irretating is the change of the point of view after a few seconds. The tilt effect works also better in the 2nd part of the video. IMHO the tilt effect is more subtle but at the same time more useful when it is not parallel to the square format of the video. Then it helps to point the focus on your subject instead of being just an effect. This still shot shows quite good what I mean: http://felixcg.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/autumn-has-come-16b54fb7be67a5b7d0f2f03678ed3ac3-hd2.jpg In a time lapse video I would not use it to such an extent but in such a orientation.