Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Creating Time-Lapse Movies with Lightroom and LRTimelapse.
- Before watching this course, you may find it helpful to check out our essential series about using time-lapse photography. In this course, we'll explore the techniques for setting up your camera and successfully capturing images. Now, in that course, there are some post-production details. You can skip those and come right here to this course to learn a new workflow with Lightroom and LRTimelapse, but you might find it useful to understand how the images are shot. If you've already captured your images and you're ready to jump right in, well, then, this is a great place to begin.
We'll start at the beginning of loading images into the computer and getting them organized, and then we'll take advantage of both Lightroom and LRTimelapse, which is an optional add-on. You can use just Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, but I think you'll see some major benefits to the companion app, and you can decide how to use one or both apps together.
- 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
Dustin Farrell's Time-Lapse Photography: Start to Finishwith Dustin Farrell18m 44s Appropriate for all
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. Advanced Techniques with LRTimelapse
6. Integrating with Adobe and Other Applications
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