Timelapse tutorial

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.

top 5 timelapse tips

5 timelapse tips in 30 seconds

If you are looking for 5 timelapse tips in 30 seconds then you're on the right page. I walk you through a couple of the best timelapse tips which will make you a better timelapse shooter!

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...

Smartphone hyperlapse tutorial

If you've ever wondered how to shoot a hyperlapse on your phone then you've made it to the right tutorial! In this post I'll explain you four different ways on how to hyperlapse onĀ  your smartphone.
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 weekend I was invited to shoot...
Title page for article Lightroom classic video import error

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...

How to make the perfect boomerang

I've been asked a bunch of times how I get my boomerang videos to look so smooth. They key is in how you manipulate the...

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.
Speeding up Lightroom for timelapse editing

Speed up Lightroom for timelapse editing

The total duration of this process was 1 minute and 30 seconds, which is 3 times faster than using just Lightroom!
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.
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...