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Rich: There's something great about being able to capture the moment, control the playback rate, and really show people these great life experiences that you've captured. Time lapse is a lot of fun, and the more you do it, the easier it gets. So, feel free, come back and watch this class again. Take a look at some of the production techniques before you head out on your next shoot. And when you switch applications or want to try out a new tool, revisit the training. Every time you do it, it gets easier, and you'll find subtle ways to make it that much better. I find the more I shoot time lapse/g, the better I get at it and the more fun I have.
If you're interested in learning more ways of getting things done with your DSLR cameras, be sure to check out our series here on lynda.com called DSLR Video Tips. This is a chance to learn each week about how to get more things down with the DSLR style camera. And this will also help you with your time lapse shooting. It'll fill in things like the exposure triangle and proper tripod support. So, hopefully that'll give you some fresh ideas. My name's Rich Harrington, and thanks again for joining me.
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