Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Assembling the final time lapse, part of Time-Lapse Photography Workshop.
I've downloaded the images for my walking path time lapse project and I've also …processed those images to prepare them to create my final time lapse video. …And that preparation in large part is really just a matter of resizing the images. …In this case I use the image processor in Photoshop. …I specified that I wanted the images saved in the same location as the …original images which of course might seem like a little bit of a problem …potentially replacing my higher resolution originals. …But the image processor actually always places the images into a sub folder based …on the file type So if I expand my folder structure for the walking path time lapse …we'll see that there is a JPEG folder below.…
The original images are sized at 2,592 pixels by 1,728 pixels. …That's the relatively low resolution that I used for capture, but if I go to the …JPEG folder we'll see that these images are at a lower resolution. …Specifically at 1080 by 720 resolution, that I use in order to display these …
- Equipment for time-lapse photography
- Finding a time-lapse subject
- Setting up the tripod
- Exposure settings
- Auto-focus and stabilization
- Taping up the lens
- Capturing time-lapse frames
- Reviewing and processing the images
- Assembling a final time-lapse
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Time-Lapse Photography
2. A Walking Path Shot from Above
3. Clouds and Cows
4. A Day at the Office
5. Trains in the Square
Assembling a polished video9m 48s
6. Boats on a Lake
7. Countryside Drive
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