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How to Make Time-lapse Video - Ultimate Guide

How to Make Time-lapse Video - Ultimate Guide
Time-lapse photography is an interesting technique that records a scene or objects that has a slow state-of-change and turns it into a video that plays back in high speed. The easiest way to do it is to have your camera stationary on something that changes slowly (e.g. clouds, plants growing, etc) and start taking series of photo for hours or even days. Hours and hour’s worth of photos are compressed into a video with merely few minutes playtime, thus creating a time lapsing effect. In another word, it allows us to see the progress faster without having to wait along the actual time. Spotting sun’s movement from sunrise to sunset takes about 12 hours; it’s boring and you probably won’t notice the changes. But seeing it rise and set in 10 seconds, that’s pretty interesting! In this article, we’ll show you how to create your own Time-lapse video. Ready? 1. We’ll start by understanding some fundamental rules. Your subject Smooth or Blocky? 2. I – DSLR Camera: Image credit Essential equipments:

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10 things you should not do in Time-lapse, by Enrique Pacheco Posted at 13:40h in Tutorials by E. Pacheco In this short article I would like to analize some of the main mistakes that people use to make in time-lapse videos. It´s just a funny way of telling you what to do by telling you what you shouldn`t do. But of course, rules are there to brake, so feel free to do whatever you want. And don`t forget to share your comments at the end of the tutorial.

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Comment réaliser une vidéo en Time-Lapse – Tutoriel Dans le cadre de notre partenariat avec Nikon, je vais vous présenter ici l’art et la manière de réaliser une vidéo en Time-lapse à travers un petit tutoriel. J’ai donc réalisé un time-lapse sans prétention, ici à Tokyo, afin d’illustrer mes propos. Ce time-lapse a été réalisé dans le quartier d’Omotesando (pour la partie de jour) et dans le quartier du Tokyo Dome / Suidobashi à la sortie d’un gros concert, ce qui explique le monde. Pour ceux qui ne connaisse pas, le time-lapse est un technique permettant de créer des vidéos très accélérées à partir d’une série de photos. Le principe est donc de prendre à intervalles réguliers des photos, pour ensuite les passer à la vitesse des images d’un film, soit 24 images secondes, afin de créer un effet de vidéo accélérée. Voilà ce à quoi vous arriverez facilement si vous suivez ces quelques conseils :

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