Moving to post-production


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Moving to post-production

Well, we got back from the desert in Las Vegas and had a chance to process through some of the footage. Keith, as you looked at some of the footage, if it's a good shoot, you know obviously, you want as few problems as possible. But from time to time you spot things. You go, oh, you know what? I'd do that different. Anything that stood out about this shoot with all this motion and all this activity that we had? >> Well Vegas is an extremely energetic you know, shoot location. And we find tons of things to do when you get home and you've got to do renders, always a couple things that you could have done better. >> And so here's one shot. You, you mentioned to me this idea that.

Not moving so fast. >> Mh-hm. >> You're talking about the actual, when we were programing the camera to slide. >> Mh-hm. >> That's really a matter of setting the interval or the number of shots, right? So for example, when you set up the moving slider, and you programmed i...

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Moving to post-production 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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