Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing and processing the images, part of Time-Lapse Photography Workshop.
I've used Lightroom to import and then process all of the images from my day at …the office time lapse. These images were captured over the …course of around eight hours at twenty second intervals. …And so all of these images have now been converted to black and white …interpretation and I'm ready to process them so that I can create a time lapse video. …One of the interesting elements of time-lapse photography is that you really …can't predict exactly what you're going to end up with. …And so it's a really good idea to review the images after they've been captured, …just to get a better idea of what that result might be.…
I'm going to scroll through and we'll see that things are reasonably straight-forward. …Of course these are small thumbnails, and so it's difficult to see exactly what's …going on, but there are no major changes from frame to frame. …That's a good thing in terms of the luminosity, for example, the fact that we …didn't have any variations in brightness caused by some exposure problem. …
- 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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