Hitchcock Hyperlapse tutorial

The Hitchcock hyperlapse an optical dolly zoom hyperlapse shot.


In 1958, Hitchcock's cameraman Irmin Roberts pioneered the so-called dolly zoom effect.

Using the physical movement of a camera paired with optically zooming in or out with a lens you can achieve a vertigo-inducing effect.

In this timelapse tutorial, you'll learn how to recreate this effect as a hyperlapse!

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