Create a hyperlapse of your favorite local landmark.
Welcome to Timelapse Photography II: The Art of Hyperlapse
Camera motion is arguably the most impressive addition to any timelapse movie. Where timelapse adds the dimension of time, hyperlapse adds the dimension of depth. Hyperlapse is the ultimate form of motion timelapse with camera motion that covers long distances.
Usually the addition of camera motion requires expensive equipment like motorized dollies or belt-driven camera sliders. Hyperlapse is extremely accessible and requires no special equipment. Anyone with a digital camera can create a professional, high definition hyperlapse movie.
Timelapse Photography II: The Art of Hyperlapse is the second part of a three course series on timelapse photography. Students will create a hyperlapse, a specialized timelapse with camera motion over long distances.
In the final course, Timelapse Photography III: Seamless Day to Night, students create a sunset timelapse that seamlessly transitions from day to night.
What You'll Learn
What You'll Make
Students should complete the prerequisite class: Timelapse Photography I: Introduction to Timelapse Students should have at minimum a digital camera. Any digital camera is acceptable. It can be a DSLR, compact or even a smartphone. Students should have a basic understanding of their camera operation. If using a smartphone, I recommend an advanced camera app like Camera Awesome. Finally, for the best stabilization results, I recommend that students have Adobe After Effects. A free trial can be downloaded at adobe.com/downloads.
Ian Norman is a professional commercial photographer specializing in Timelapse Photography and Night Photography. He is the creator of Lonely Speck, where he shares astrophotography te...
A very simple and easy way to understand how to shoot and process Hyperlapses. Thank you.