Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Evaluating the shots, part of Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video.
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…I've previewed out a couple of different daytime shots.…Let's see what we have here.…The first two shots are really test shots,…followed by two shots that are more finished quality.…This first one, was a little bit blue in some…of the shadowy regions, but overall, it feels pretty good.…I think the deflicker worked well and I really like the mountains there.…Now, we did have a lot of lighting…conditions change as we drove through the pass there.…But, all in all, it feels pretty good.…
The earlier parts, where we were in intense…shadows, feel a little bit posterized to me.…We're doing some auto-levels there and up here…in the beginning, this is definitely getting pushed.…If I turn off auto levels and auto color,…you'll see it goes back to sort of the shadows.…And, it might be worth exploring not using auto at all there.…In this case, I'm just using the deflicker plug-in, and the…shot's a bit darker, but it looks a little more even.…Although, I do think there's some benefit here to going…through and tweaking things, just a bit, to get better color.…
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- Choosing the right camera for hyperlapse video
- Mounting your camera
- Stabilizing shots
- Programming the camera
- Capturing shots
- Post-processing, assembling, and color grading footage