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Using a vertigo effect

Using a vertigo effect: After Effects Guru: Time-Lapse 3D Motion and Compositing
Using a vertigo effect: After Effects Guru: Time-Lapse 3D Motion and Compositing

The vertigo effect is accomplished by combining a steady zoom and a dolly that move in opposite directions. It's also known as a dolly zoom, a push-pull, and a reverse-tracking shot. Author Keith Kiska walks you through an example of shooting time lapse with a dolly, then using After Effects to turn it into a vertigo shot.

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