Remove Unwanted Frames


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Removing unwanted frames

Rich: If you've identified that some frames in a time lapse are unwanted, it's a good idea to remove them. But, what could make a frame problematic? Well, maybe you repositioned the camera or had a slight adjustment to the overall framing. Perhaps somebody stepped in front of your camera, or a bird landed on the end of your lens for a second. Maybe something distracting happened, like the light got flipped on in the room when you were shooting a night time Time Lapse. In any case, it's possible that the shot gets interrupted or that you make some tweaks and it settles down. In either case it's a good idea to remove the frames that are offensive and just delete them or move them to a new destination.

I've already grouped these into stacks and remember stacks have a little slide show making it very easy for you to drag through. Notice at the very end there, a couple of the frames shifted. I like seeing the shadow grouw up the side of the face so that's...

Removing unwanted frames
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Removing unwanted frames provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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