Designing the shot


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Designing the shot

There's one more type of moving time lapse shot that a lot of folks like. Some folks call this a hyper lapse. It's kind of a combination of a time lapse and stop motion. >> Yeah, basically essentially a hyper lapse is, it's the same thing as a time lapse but over a great distance. So, in this instance we're going to go about 150 feet, some have been known to be, hundreds, thousands, who knows? >> Yeah, essentially, think of it this way. What you're doing is you're moving the camera. So the camera's going to be doing a normal time lapse but instead of moving say, four feet, we're going to walk down the block.

Now this is definitely a technique that takes trial and error and I'm just going to be honest, Keith, we're still figuring this one out. This is one of those things that's really cutting edge. >> I've seen a couple examples that are absolutely amazing and the results that they can deliver are fantastic. But as of yet, I've never...

Designing the shot
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Designing the shot provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington and Keith Kiska as part of the Shooting a Time-Lapse Movie with the Camera in Motion

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