- Now that you've got the shots loaded,…it's a good idea to split them up…into separate subfolders.…After all, within some of these images…are gonna be a lot of shots that aren't usable.…Maybe it got too bright, or too dark…in the middle of your time-lapse…and you can't recover those.…Or perhaps, there is five or six test shots…as you were checking focus…and playing with your exposure settings.…In any case, it's a good idea to get rid…of the shots you don't want,…and to sort them out by scenes.…In a long shooting day, I could have three…to maybe 10 different shots that I've captured…depending upon if I'm shooting night time-lapse or day time.…
It's important that I split those out…into separate subfolders so it's a lot easier…to work with them both in Lightroom and LRTimelapse.…Let's explore how to do this.…Now, I'm gonna leave the JPEGs alone…because I don't really need them.…But at the raw file level,…I could look at things and really start…to get an idea on shots.…Remember, you could adjust the size…and tell things to really arrange by name.…
- The benefits and challenges of using raw files in time-lapses
- Organizing and renaming images
- Processing in Lightroom
- Using LRTimelapse for advanced workflows
- Reducing flicker
- Assembling movies
- Integrating other Adobe applications
Skill Level Intermediate
Time-Lapse Video: Shooting From a Windowwith Richard Harrington2h 11m Intermediate
1. The Benefits of an All-Raw Workflow
2. Importing Field Assets
3. An All-Lightroom Workflow
4. Basic Workflow with LRTimelapse and Lightroom
5. The Visual Workflow
6. Advanced Techniques with LRTimelapse
7. Integrating with Adobe and Other Applications
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