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Shooting to create a HyperZoom

Shooting to create a HyperZoom: After Effects Guru: Time-Lapse 3D Motion and Compositing
Shooting to create a HyperZoom: After Effects Guru: Time-Lapse 3D Motion and Compositing

HyperZooms are a great way to show the viewer a detail of your time-lapse shot. This is where you use two different shots—one close up and one wide—and zoom from one to the other. In this video, author Keith Kiska demonstrates how this technique creates a great transition effect that can help you fly through your scene and even tell a story.

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