The basics of timelapse

The basics of timelapse photography

The next phase in creating timelapse videos begins: post production. This consists of offloading your data, colour grading your photos in Lightroom and finally exporting a video file using Photoshop.
Fake tilt shift tutorial

How to fake tilt shift timelapse videos

If you've ever wondered how to fake tilt shift timelapse footage then this blog is for you.On the...

How to shoot timelapse with the DJI Osmo Pocket

The DJI Osmo Pocket is the latest high tech gadget from Chinese manufacturer DJI.It is a pocket sized camera and gimbal with...
Slow motion and timelapse blending tutorial

How to combine slow motion and timelapse

All you need are two video files. One video has a silhouette style shot of a person. The other shot is a timelapse as a backdrop. Keep reading if you want to know how to download the clips I used in this tutorial.

How to shoot cinematic footage on a smartphone

Leave the house, venture out, go explore! Heck, open up instagram and see if there are any photo hotspots around where you live by using 'search nearby places'. Then once you get there try not to copy the exact same photo, do try and get creative to give it your own spin.
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How to make a TimeSlice video with After Effects

In this tutorial I teach you how to make a TimeSlice video with After Effects. A TimeSlice is a timelapse video that you slice into multiple columns.
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The complete guide to shooting and editing a Holy Grail timelapse

This holy grail timelapse tutorial takes you through how to shoot and edit your timelapse from beginning to end using LRTimelapse and Adobe Lightroom.
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Whale watching photography tips

Find out which camera gear and settings you need when going whale watching! Whales are not easy to shoot, it's important to be prepared if you want good results.
Long exposure photography on phone

Long exposure photography on any camera

In this tutorial I am going to teach long exposure photos on any camera. Yes, even your phone!All you need for long exposure photography is a Manual control mode for your camera or phone and a tripod. The manual control mode will allow you to dial in the correct settings, while the tripod will allow you to keep your camera still during the exposure to prevent motiom blur.

Timelapse data management and editing workflow

In this article I describe my timelapse data management system as well as my timelapse workflow from beginning to end.If you haven't seen the...