Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Post-processing the files with Adobe Camera Raw, part of Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video.
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…The bulk of the shots that we shot…for Hyperlapse were driving shots during the daytime.…And these are much easier than nighttime shots because…the camera sensor doesn't need to work nearly as hard.…You're not trying to capture low light…type situations so you get pretty solid results.…Let's take a look at a series of files from…that exercise and I want to show you what we got.…To begin we'll select a bunch of files in Adobe…Bridge and then right click and open them into camera raw.…Now you're taking a look at the file here and it looks pretty good.…
There's nothing wrong with this image.…It's just not as good as it could be.…To start off I'm going to select the crop tool…and choose a 9x16 crop and crop out the dashboard.…Press the Return Key to apply it.…Next I want to address some of the exposure issues.…Now for me,I'll click auto as a starting point but lets recover…the highlights a bit and lift the shadows a little bit more.…And then find a good balance there with exposure.…Remember you can see clipping indicators up here.…
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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