do a longer shutter speed if you can (from 2" to 0"3 is what i do usually). just bump your F-stop to like 9.5 or something higher and use a low ISO. I did a sunset timelapse yesterday and i was doing about 5 second intervals which came out really sick. Also it takes a lot of experimenting and personal choice to figure out how dark or bright your want your timelapse to be at the end and beginning. good luck and get some SICK shots.
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