Here's a look at how I made my latest timelapse film London Storm.
This two minute film consists of about 7,500 individual RAW photos, resulting in around 260GB of data.
This timelapse film was shot using two Lumix cameras, the S1, and the S5. Lenses used were the 24-105 f4 and 16-35 f4 lens. To find out more about which camera gear I use and recommend have a look at my gear page.
It took about two days to edit this all together, using Adobe Lightroom Classic paired with my brand new timelapse presets! Here's a little look at what they can do on some stills:
For more info on what they are, how they work and how they can simplify your timelapse and photo editing have a look here: https://www.store.matjoez.com/timelapse-photography-presets-and-lut-collection
To find out more about timelapse photography in general, check out my e-book The Ultimate Timelapse Guide:
I have a new video course available that covers timelapse, hyperlapse, astro timelapse, and so much more.
You can get lifetime access to The Ultimate Timelapse Course with over 75 video lessons, a members-only forum, timelapse presets and video LUTs, an e-book and more.