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The Timelapse Tutorial category shows you all the free educational content I’ve made over the years. From planning to shooting and editing, it’s all covered if you want to learn how to timelapse.

Shoot better timelapses

5 things you want to keep in mind for BETTER timelapses!

Here are 5 lesser known timelapse tips to shoot better footage. I made this list a while back for my newsletter subscribers. You can join...

Christmas lights shooting tips

In this video I take you along London's Oxford Circus and Regent Street to capture the world famous Christmas lights. I share a few timelapse...

New free e-book about Hyperlapse Photography

Happy Thursday! Today I'm releasing a new timelapse e-book: The Basics Of Hyperlapse. This 15-page guide teaches you how to hyperlapse, from planning to shooting...

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.

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...
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Learn star photography in 5 minutes

Astrophotography or star photography is the pinnacle of photography for many people. It's intimidating at first because it looks so otherworldly, but it's actually...

What is a Hyperlapse?

What is a hyperlapse? A hyperlapse is like a timelapse on steroids: you take the camera off the tripod or motion control rig and...

Gimbal hyperlapse vs handheld hyperlapse

What are the pros and cons of shooting a hyperlapse on a gimbal vs shooting a hyperlapse the manual (handheld) way? This article explains...

Beginner Hyperlapse Tutorial

In this tutorial I am finally teaching you the easiest way to shoot a hyperlapse! You don't need lots of money or fancy equipment, you don't need an expensive camera or lens, this technique works for any camera, even your mobile phone! I call this the beginner hyperlapse tutorial as it truly is the easiest way to shoot a hyperlapse.
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How to fix Lightroom import error “There is a problem with...

My main use for Adobe Lightroom Classic is to colour grade and edit timelapse sequences. I also use Lightroom to organise all sorts of files...