Cagliari was a bit more sunny than Alghero, which made the sequences a bit more interesting. I did the last sequence first (the pan across the harbour) because it was the easiest to take from the breakfast terrace. I shot it in hdr because I knew that the light would change dramatically over the pan. I could have set up with the qDslrDashboard software but the hdr was the easiest to set up "on the spur of the moment".
I really did want to try and capture the spectacular Sant'Efisio procession but the crowds made it impossible to set up a tripod anywhere. I did take three sequences of people to compensate for not having any Sant"Efisio seqences. In hindsight I should have taken some normal video of the procession and integrated it into the timelapse sequences.
I have been using iMovie to assemble the sequences, add the sound track and render the movie but I decided it was time I started using Adobe Premiere Pro. I used a 7 day trial of the program to process Cagliari. It was hard at first to become familiar with the program ( a bit like finding your way around a new city) but its a good program with massive capabilities so I have bought a license for a year.