Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting a time-lapse video, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 8.
- Slow motion extends time,…stretching it out to make everything seem much slower.…Time-lapse, on the other hand, does just the opposite.…Allowing you to record a video that compresses time…and makes everything seem much faster.…In time-lapse mode, photos are taken at a set interval…and when assembled together as a video…they allow you to see the passage of time…at a much faster rate than normal.…Time-lapse is great for recording changes…that occur over a long period of time…such as passing clouds moving over the landscape.…Since time-lapse requires many individual photos…for the final video, an essential ingredient…of a good time-lapse is that the camera be immobilized…on a tripod or via some other means…to ensure that it does not move…while the time-lapse is being recorded.…
Choose a location or a scene where there is movement…that can be recorded over a long period of time.…At this location, the clouds are moving fairly fast…over the mountain, and I knew…that it would work well for a time-lapse.…In terms of how long to shoot,…
- Adjusting exposure and focus in the Camera app
- Using the self-timer and burst modes
- Shooting slow-motion and time-lapse videos
- Flagging favorites
- Creating photo albums
- Adjusting images with the enhanced editing controls in iOS 8
- Trimming video
- Sharing from Photos
- Sharing with iCloud
- Syncing photos with iTunes
Skill Level Beginner
Tony Cruz's iPhone Surf Photography: Start to Finishwith Tony Cruz7m 22s Intermediate
1. Using the Camera App
2. Organizing Photos and Movies with the Photos App
3. Editing Photos and Videos with the Photos App
4. Sharing and Transferring Photos from Your Device
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