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Timelapse software

In the Timelapse Software category we explore all different kinds of software for timelapse editing. From free to cheap to paid, it’s all covered!

LRTimelapse editing demonstration

I totally screwed up a moon rise timelapse shot because I used a dodgy lens extender. I didn't want to let that sequence go...

How to fake long exposures with a timelapse

Here's a quick tutorial I made about how to fake long exposures with a timelapse. Using the free app StarStax you can generate a fake...

Making a moon composite from a timelapse

The internet is filled with horrible moon composites. Today, I am teaching you how to make a non-horrible moon composite from a timelapse sequence. Click...

Create a time slice photo with Time Stitch

While doing research for upcoming tutorials and software videos about timelapse I found a little app on the Apple App store called Time Stitch. It...

How to remove birds in a timelapse

Timelapse photography, the ultimate cinematic experience. Through the looking glass of warped time we get to see the world from a different perspective. There’s nothing like...
How to make a timelapse with iMovie

How to make a timelapse with iMovie

Imovie is a free app that comes with any new Apple computer. With a bit of a workaround you can use it to create real timelapse videos. It has limitations though, which I'll show you how to solve!

An overview of After Effects for timelapse photographers

Adobe After Effects is incredibly powerful software. It is used by thousands of post production professionals around the world in a range of creative disciplines.

In this article I give you an extensive overview of After Effects for timelapse photographers.

How to make a timeslice photo with LRTimelapse

A timeslice is a great way to represent a timelapse video into a single photo. Check out the (very short) timeslice tutorial below or keep reading if you prefer the written version.
Best timelapse plugins

Must have timelapse plugins for 2020

This is a free plugin for Lightroom that allows you to ramp (slowly change) certain settings over a series of photos. It’s donationware, so if it’s useful for you please consider donating to the developer.