Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Capturing the time-lapse frames, part of Time-Lapse Photography Workshop.
I came up to this hilltop because I saw a castle from the distance, it looked …pretty cool, though I'd might like to photograph it all by itself. …I also knew it was going to give me a nice vantage point of the town and the hills …off in the distance, but when I got here I also dicovered that there's a very nice …walking path with Stairs going down this hillside. …And I thought that might make a very good time lapse. …I'm going to get set up here and try to record a time lapse of this path with …people moving about it. Now obviously you need to think about the …camera here first. I was using a slightly longer lens in …order to get some interesting shots in the countryside here. …I need a wider shot here because there's Part of the wallking path is directly …below me and I want to try to include that as a foreground element.…
So I'm going to switch to a ten to 22 millimeter lens, and that'll give me a …nice wide vantage point to the path here. And I also need to think about my setup. …I need to think about where I'm going to position myself. …
- 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
Up and Running with DSLR Filmmakingwith Chad Perkins1h 10m Appropriate for all
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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