Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Safety check, part of Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video.
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…Once you've been rolling awhile, you want to do a safety check…because things start to shake and vibrate, and they can work themselves loose.…For example, I can actually tell that this has lost a little bit of tension.…So, I'm just going to pump that back up a little.…There we go.…And I suspect throughout the day, given the porous nature of…the surface I attached this one to, it's going to lose pressure.…The ones up top, looking pretty good.…Everything's tightened down, we're in good shape.…We're getting ready to do our first stop here, we're going to get…some gas and this is a great time just to look everything over.…
But you know, driver, is anything obstructing your view?…>> No.…>> Alright, good.…I want to make sure our producer who's driving the vehicle today,…a very patient woman I might add, has got no obstructed views.…So we keep things good here, everything's connected.…We've used a little bit of Gaffers tape to keep cables from blowing around.…We've got a cup holder here, where we could put the phone.…
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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