Shot using Nikon D200 over the course of 2 hours at various locations around Central Park. Continue reading
A great write-up by Preston Kanak on rules to shoot a timelapse.
Timelapse takes a lot of dedication and determination as is displayed by the work on John Eklund from TheArtOfTimeLapse.com
I am a photographer from Portland, Oregon. I want to share the beautiful NW region through my eyes with time-lapse photography. Continue reading
via Autumnal Nights – YouTube
Stunning Astrophotography Timelapse by Lorenzo.
Autumnal nights are rich with interesting constellations and objects, such as Orion, Leo, Taurus. Moreover the frequent fog in the light polluted Po valley can produce really dark nights with also the zodiacal light. Continue reading
I sat down at my computer on the morning of 12/31/2012 with the thought that I could throw together some timelapse footage I had taken this year, and that I would have the video posted by the end of the day.
I was wrong. I have been watching a lot of status bars over the last two days. But I have also learned a significant amount that will support me for the next video. The only reason I stopped working on the video is because I have to go back to work again today (Wednesday).
First of all, I was not sure what software I wanted to use to edit the video. I made the choice that I was going to use Lightroom, LRTimelapse, and Premiere. I knew I was going to use Lightroom and LRTimelapse, what I was not sure about is whether I was going to use Premiere or After Effects. I eventually chose Premiere because I thought it would be easier to edit some video clips that I had exported from Lightroom than it would be to work with a Raw image sequence in After Effects.
What wound up actually happening is that some of the footage I had exported from Lightroom was messed up. It turned out that some of the sequences I ran through LRTimelapse wound up with more flicker instead of less. While some of the sequences benefitted immensely from using LRTimelapse. I am not sure what the solution is, but I have some research to do.
The next learning moment was underestimating the time it would take to read/write the metadata between Lightroom and LRTimelapse. I was working with about 28,000 images, so I got to see a lot of status bars.
Because of the underestimate of time, I was not able to go back and rework some of the sequences. I tried to cut around the majority of the flickering, but it’s still visible in the final edit.
Putting together this project gives me a lot more insight as to what other people go through when they create their beautiful projects.
Thank You everyone for the inspiration.